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Millions homeless in India after worst floods for a decade

More than two million people have been forced to abandon their homes in north-east India amid the worst floods for more than a decade in south Asia. In Bangladesh, across the border, as many as three million people were believed to be marooned inside their flooded homes, unable to escape. At least 241 people have been killed across the region since flooding began in June, and the death toll has risen sharply in the past few days after several rivers burst their banks. A third of Bangladesh is now affected by the floods, and there are fears that if there is more rain, the waters could advance on the capital, Dhaka.Full Story

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