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Indonesia floods leave 200,000 homeless

At least 20 people have been killed and 200,000 forced from their homes by floods in Indonesia’s capital, an official said Sunday, as rivers overflowing from four days of rain inundated the city. The government dispatched medical teams on rubber rafts into the worst-hit districts amid fears that disease may spread among residents living in squalid conditions with limited access to clean drinking water. Full Story

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