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Floods, landslides kill more than 800 people across South Asia
by Ruma Paul and Zarir Husain
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21 August 2017
On 21 August 2017 Reuters reported:
Widespread floods have killed more than 800 people and displaced over a million in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh, with aid workers warning of severe food shortages and water-borne diseases as rains continue to lash the affected areas. Seasonal monsoon rains, a lifeline for farmers across South Asia, typically cause loss of life and property every year between July and September, but officials say this year's flooding is the worst in several years.
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At least 115 people have died and more than 5.7 million are affected in Bangladesh as floods submerged more than a third of the low-lying and densely populated country. ...
In the Indian state of Assam bordering Bangladesh, at least 180 people have been killed in the past few weeks. ...
Meanwhile, in the eastern state of Bihar, at least 253 people lost their lives where incessant rains washed away crops, destroyed roads, and disrupted power supplies. ...
In Nepal, 141 people were confirmed dead, while thousands of survivors returned to their semi-destroyed homes.
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