Heavy rain in Sudan kills half a dozen people

Flash floods in eastern Sudan have destroyed 7,000 homes and left thousands more damaged in addition to the loss of life.

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    Flash floods caused by heavy rain have killed half a dozen people in Sudan.

    Thousands of homes have been destroyed in the eastern state of Kassala.

    State authorities say they are working to rebuild areas as it continues to rain.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports.


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