Floodwaters continue to flow from overloaded dams and rivers, particularly in New South Wales state, leading authorities to urge caution.
Hundreds of people evacuated their homes in New South Wales state after authorities warned of "life-threatening" flash floods triggered by heavy rains.
Sri Lanka and southern India battened down the hatches for a second time this week as another cyclone approaches from Bay of Bengal.
Vamco gains strength as authorities shift more than 12,000 villagers to evacuation centres.
The fast-moving typhoon lashed Philippines overnight, leaving at least 13 people missing, forcing thousands of villagers to flee.
South Korea hunkers down for Haishen, after the powerful storm battered Japan's southern islands but appeared to pass through without major damage or casualties.
The carrier, belonging to a Japanese company, ran aground on July 25 and was carrying 200 tonnes of diesel and 3,800 tonnes of bunker fuel.
Authorities were assessing the damage after firefighters battled flames fanned by strong winds through the night and lightning strikes sparked new blazes in New South Wales and Victoria.
Police were unable to say if the blast in the city of Blankenburg was deliberately set off or if it was an accident.
About 50,000 people were ordered to flee their homes in Sonoma County, north of San Francisco, as the Kincade Fire spread to cover 25,455 acres (10,300 hectares) after breaking out on Wednesday.
A group of 98 people in total, including 52 children were evacuated from countries such as Ethiopia, Somalia and Sudan. The refugees had been held in detention in Libya.
About 900 mm of rain has fallen on the southernmost main island of Kyushu since late June, with heavy rain forecast to continue into Thursday.
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