World Bulletin / News Desk
Extreme weather has caused 246 deaths from lightning strikes, drownings and landslides. More than 100 people have been injured.
Mid-February’s Tropical Storm Dineo worsened the impact of heavy rains.
Monday’s appeal for outside help followed a March 2 declaration of a State of Flood Disaster by President Robert Mugabe's government.
“Based on the needy sectors, the government of Zimbabwe requires a total of $188,705,294.00 for providing humanitarian assistance in the short to medium [term], also taking into account sustainable measures which will assist in the early recovery of affected communities,” the government statement read.
Almost 2,000 people have been left homeless and approximately almost 2600 homesteads were damaged.
Extensive damage was also caused to infrastructure such as roads, bridges, schools, health institutions and dams.
The cash-stricken government -- which has been accused of following misplaced priorities -- said it wanted "both domestic and international communities to come to the aid of Zimbabwe”.
Individual displacements hamper record keeping of displacements along Pacific coast, Venezuelan border
Budget airline says it 'messed up' pilots' annual leave
Only regular forces in troubled region will have access to weapons, Sudanese president says
She called Thursday's meeting after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson set out his own vision of life outside the European Union, prompting a colleague to accuse him of "backseat driving".
Puythouck camp in northern France had been home to nearly 400 people, mostly Iraqi Kurds and Afghans, hoping to reach UK
President urges reform; tells international body to 'focus more on people and less on bureaucracy'
Hillary Clinton acknowledges legal challenge may not be possible but won't rule one out
Secretary-general of European Parliament's Turkey Forum says axing talks would be a 'lose-lose situation'
Suicide bomber detonates explosives, another killed by security forces in Saladin province
Sudan People's Liberation Army and opposition forces fight in Northern Liech near Sudanese border
Senate defense bill exceeds Trump administration request by $32 billion
Situation in Kirkuk critical, Iraqi Turkmen leader says
The commission announced the postponement after a meeting between party heads and representatives of Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, President Beji Caid.
Federal Interior Ministry says there may be need to specify list of prohibited symbols of terror group
In the vast region of Kasai, the authorities are now starting to register voters -- an outwardly banal operation that is nonetheless key to securing the country's stability.