Peru: 70 Die in Country’s Worst Flooding in 30 Years

HeadlineMar 20, 2017

In Peru, more than 70 people have died amid the country’s worst flooding in more than 30 years. Hundreds of cities across Peru have declared states of emergency. The intense rainfall has been linked to abnormally higher ocean temperatures, which are in turn linked to climate change.

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