The worst floods in a century in the Indian state of Kerala have killed hundreds of people and forced hundreds of thousands into relief camps.
Rescue workers continue door-to-door search for dozens of missing after the worst weather-related disaster in the country in over three decades.
Dozens injured and several others missing after torrential rains battered western and central Japan. About 210,000 people were evacuated due to the threat of further landslides and flooding.
Authorities said at least 28 people were injured while 30,000 remained subject to mandatory evacuation orders.
The deaths were reported in the small island province of Biliran, a day after the Tropical Storm Kai-Tak pounded the east of the archipelago nation.
Heavy monsoon rain in the region triggered flash floods and landslides, killing 45 in India and at least 49 in Nepal. Rescue efforts are underway.
Cyclone Mora formed after monsoon rains triggered floods and landslides in Sri Lanka killing more than 200 people. Another three people drowned in the island nation when their makeshift raft capsized on Thursday.
Heavy rain has led to flooding and landslides in the island nation, leading to the deaths of at least 103 people with many more missing.
Dozens of people are missing. The navy deploys over 100 sailors and 20 boats to rescue and help people affected by rain-triggered mudslides in the south-west region of the country.
Mudslides and "water avalanches" triggered by heavy rainfall in the southwestern province of Putumayo crashed into houses, Colombian officials say, adding the death toll may climb, with over 200 people still missing.
Indonesia's weather bureau says more heavy rains are likely in Bali. The disaster agency warns people should be aware of the possibility of more landfalls due to the hilly nature of the area.
Flash floods and landslides kill at least 180 people in China, 43 in Pakistan and 41 in India. Hundreds of thousands of others remain stranded waiting for aid.
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