Global Flood News: Further floods in India hit northeast of the country

September 27, 20140 Comments

Floods in India, September 2014

International News

Assam and Meghalaya in northeast India hit by floods

Authorities in India’s northeast have asked people to move to higher ground as monsoon rains triggered deadly floods and landslides in the states of Assam and Meghalaya.

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North American News

Flash flood threats in California

A major storm has brought the threat of flash flooding to California and parts of the West.

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South American News

Cash and vouchers for flood affected families in Paraguay

As many as 1.575 flood-hit families benefited from cash and vouchers, an innovative WFP modality under implementation in four districts of Ñeembucu, Paraguay.

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European News

Severe flooding in the Languedoc region of southern France

The Shrine at Lourdes has been affected by the recent floods in southern parts of France.

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African News

Flooding in south Sudan displaces thousands

Thousands of residents of Warrap state in South Sudan have been displaced after heavy rains caused flash flooding that washed away entire villages.

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Asian News

ABC report on floods in Asia

ABC comment on a photo taken by Anupam Nath, showing India villagers trying to save their livelihoods. Recent floods in India have killed hundreds and displaced thousands.

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Australian News

200 at conference to discuss flood risks and earthquake impacts

More than 200 scientists, emergency planners and risk managers from New Zealand, Australia and around the world will attend the Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference at Te Papa on September 23-24.

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