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South Asian Floods Kill Dozens, Displace At Least 1 Million People

HeadlineJul 15, 2019

In South Asia, ongoing heavy rain and flooding have killed at least 67 people in Nepal, 25 in India and 14 in Bangladesh. Monsoon rains have affected more than 1 million people in South Asia, including thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees in southern Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar—the largest refugee camp in the world.

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