Massive floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have swamped a third of the country, killing more than 1,100 people and affecting tens of millions more.
Raging floods caused by torrential rains have killed more than 1,000 people and displaced millions across the south Asian country.
At least 119 people have died in Pakistan in the previous 24 hours as heavy rains continue in parts of the south Asian country.
Official figures put the number of deaths in two days at 20 but unofficial reports put the toll much higher.
At least 50 people were killed as rains overwhelmed hundreds of villages, sweeping away houses and leaving residents stranded in northern and eastern India.
Damage to roads and the city's infrastructure will "take years, not months" to repair, says the mayor of Nelson city, devastated by floods in the Pacific nation.
The floods affected China's Qinghai province, while millions of people in the southwest suffered a crushing heatwave.
Massive flooding has decimated eastern parts of the US state of Kentucky, killing at least 26 people with authorities predicting more fatalities in the coming days.
The flash flooding near Tehran comes less than a week after floods in the normally dry south of Iran left 22 people dead.
Casualties were reported in the capital of Sanaa and the southwestern province of Dhamar, where it began raining late last week.
One death has been confirmed in the latest spell of Monsoon rains, adding to the 29 reported since they began last month.
Australian authorities have issued at least 18 evacuation orders in western Sydney as heavy rainfall batters the region.
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