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Afghanistan flash floods kill over 100

© Sahel Arman A resident clears mud in Charikar after flash floods killed nearly 50 people

August 27 (AFP) - Rescue workers in Afghanistan searched Wednesday for survivors of flash floods that killed more than 100 people and destroyed hundreds of houses near Kabul, officials said. Troops pulled dozens of victims from the rubble of collapsed buildings in Charikar, capital of Parwan province, after torrential overnight rains fuelled fierce floods that swept through the city. Officials...

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At least 14 dead, 16 missing in floods and landslides in Nepal

The flood swept away many houses. Pic - The Kathmandu Post

Achham, August 21 (The Kathmandu Post) - At least 14 people were killed and 16 others went missing in floods and landslides in various districts of Sudurpaschim and Karnali provinces in the last 24 hours. Achham, a hill district in Sudurpaschim Province, has been hit hardest as gushing floodwaters from Kailash Khola entered several settlements in Ramroshan Rural Municipality causing...

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Monsoon rains lash Pakistan, killing 24 and injuring 20

© Provided by Associated Press A laborer carries sack of onion while wades through a flooded area after heavy rainfall in Lahore, Pakistan, Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020. Emergency workers say relentless monsoon rains kill some people and injure many in Pakistan's most populous Punjab province. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)

August 21, Multan (AP) - Relentless monsoon rains lashed Pakistan’s most populous province overnight and on Thursday, killing 24 people and injuring 18, emergency services said. Most of the deaths were caused by collapsing roofs and walls, according to the emergency services spokesman Muhammad Asghar. Many homes in rural Pakistan are made of sun-baked mud and straw or flimsy cinder...

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