Rescuers search for more than 60 people still missing in KwaZulu-Natal province after heavy rains in recent days triggered floods and mudslides, taking death toll to 443.
At least 25 people were killed in landslides and floods caused by tropical storm Megi as it hit the central and southern coasts of the Southeast Asian country.
Rains, landslides have killed 52 people, left more than 100 injured and are affecting more than 27,000 people.
Australian authorities have warned against “treacherous weather conditions” as major flooding is expected along several rivers in and around Sydney.
A "state of disaster" has been declared in the Petropolis after devastating floods left at least 58 people dead in the picturesque Brazilian city.
Rain-weakened hillside gives way in Quito, leaving 24 dead, 48 injured and 12 others missing, officials say.
The Bahia and federal governments mounted a joint operation on Saturday, in collaboration with other states, to mobilise personnel, aircraft and equipment, as well as provide relief to residents in the flooded areas.
At least 17 people are dead and many others missing with the country’s Met office saying more heavy rains are expected in several southern areas on Saturday.
The state of emergency will include travel restrictions so the transport of essential goods medical and emergency services will reach the communities that need them.
Floods and mudslides have killed at least 16 people and displaced some 5,000 others, with the worst affected areas in and around the island’s tea-growing Central Highlands.
Authorities are still trying to ascertain the number of displaced and the full extent of damage in the wake of this week's heavy rains, floods and landslides in the Himalayan nation.
Landslides and floods caused by cloudbursts claimed at least 41 lives, and several others have gone missing in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand. Indian authorities said.
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