Floods and landslides kill scores in Peru

The government has issued a state of emergency across hundreds of districts. A landslide in northern Peru has killed at least seven people, bringing the toll from flooding to 67 this year.

    The government has issued a state of emergency across hundreds of districts.

    A landslide in northern Peru has killed at least seven people, bringing the toll from flooding to 67 this year.

    Rescuers are scrambling to evacuate neighbourhoods as rivers burst their banks.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.


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