Yemen lacks proper infrastructure due to ongoing civil war, which decreased the vital services provided to Yemenis and increased their suffering in times of extreme weather.
At least nine people were killed and seven others missing in South Korea after intense downpours flooded major roads, metro stations and homes in the heaviest rainfall the country has ever recorded.
At least seven people have died in and around the South Korean capital of Seoul overnight after record-breaking torrential rain knocked out power and left roads and subways submerged.
Heavy rain is expected to continue in the US state and officials fear the death toll may rise as search and rescue teams fan out across flood-hit areas and recover more bodies.
Authorities in India and Bangladesh are struggling to ferry drinking water and dry food to flood shelters as floods continue to wreak havoc in the region.
Visitors evacuate as unprecedented flooding tears through northern half of America's oldest national park, washing out bridges and roads, officials say.
As big brands talk about greening their supply chains, they also fail to protect workers from the effects of climate change, such as extreme heat and loss of work due to flooding.
Nearly half a million Indians have fled their homes as one of the world's largest rivers, the Brahmaputra, burst its banks in the country's northeast.
Officials report 306 deaths from rains, the heaviest in six decades, that wreaked havoc in the coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal at the weekend, destroying homes and infrastructure.
At least 10 people were killed with several reported missing after flooding at the El Porvenir gold mine in Antioquia Department destroyed one level of the mining camp.
Death toll rises to eight after heavy rains smash east coast with storm system now moving slowly south to New South Wales, Australia's most populous state.
Malaysian authorities warn bad weather is set to continue in northern states, as official data showed 11,831 people are being housed in flood relief centres.
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