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U.N. Says Floods in Sudan a “Humanitarian Emergency” as Death Toll Tops 60 People

HeadlineAug 27, 2019

In Sudan, more than 60 people have been killed by major flooding, which has affected nearly the entire country. Tens of thousands have been displaced, and thousands of homes have been destroyed. The U.N. called the situation in Sudan a humanitarian emergency. Torrential rains and flash floods are expected to continue until October.

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