India's monsoon floods kill dozens, displace thousands

As tens of thousands became homeless, there is growing concern about the lack of food and supplies.

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    More than five million people have been affected by monsoon rains and flooding in northeast India as water levels continue to rise in the states of Assam and Bihar.

    The government fears that large areas could be cut off by the floods, making it impossible to reach those in need.

     

    Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed reports.


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