Official says over 400 residents evacuated after torrential rains hit North Sumatra province, causing river to overflow
Hundreds killed by extreme weather
The heaviest January rains for three decades have lashed the country's southern neck for more than a week, affecting 1.1 million people across eleven provinces.
1000s of people stranded in their homes in 10 southern provinces, with at least 19 people dead
13 provinces heavily affected after being beset by monsoon rains for nearly a week.
Number of evacuees expected to continue rising as water from upper district of northeast states now flowing downstream
More than 19,000 evacuated in northeastern states due to monsoon floods
Most homes will have energy restored in 2-3 days, and search for 3 missing people continues, says Lutfi Elvan
While floodwater in most affected areas starting to recede, authorities warn of landslides
Heavy rains have lashed the central part of Thailand's south for much of the last week, including the popular tourist draws of Krabi, Koh Samui and Koh Pha-ngan, affecting some flights and ferry services.
According to a statement, the devastating floods affected mostly areas around Johannesburg the country’s largest city and Ekurhuleni city home to OR Tambo International Airport.
PM Edi Rama gathered the Emergency Staff for the situation created by floods. He said all structures are engaged to face the situation.
10 provinces affected as 6 other people go missing
The toll included six people who died when a bus overturned on a flooded road in the southern province of Sohag.
19 people remain missing after muddy waters powered through villages in West Java killing 34
Thousands evacuated after torrential rains trigger floods and landslides, sweeping away dozens of houses
Some 107,000 people have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the Tumen River, the world body said in a statement received Monday which cited Pyongyang government figures.
The report on the official KCNA news agency gave no death toll or exact figure for damage.
Turkish relief associations send aid for victims of heavy floods in Macedonian capital Skopje
At least 130 people dead, 110 missing in northern Hebei; residents say were not informed of threats or evacuated in time
Strong floods in the Ivory Coast already caused deaths of 10 people