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Sudan Under State of Emergency as Nile River Flooding Sets Records

HeadlineSep 09, 2020

Sudan has declared a three-month state of emergency after record rainfall and flooding left dozens of people dead and damaged over 100,000 homes. Climate scientists say global heating is increasing rainfall during the rainy season and causing the Nile to jump its banks.

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