Asia flooding: Dozens killed in China, Pakistan and India

The tens of thousands moved to relief camps can only wait before it is safe to return.

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    Dozens of people have been killed in severe flooding and storms across Asia.

    In China, Typhoon Lekima has killed at least 36 people.

    Meanwhile, monsoon rains in Pakistan and India have killed 160 and displaced about 165,000 people.

    Al Jazeera's Rory Challands reports.


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