Sudan floods: More than 60 people killed after heavy rain

Rain, floods force hundreds of thousands from home, affecting nearly all states in Sudan.

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    Torrential rain and floods hitting Sudan in the last three weeks have killed more than 60 people, with hundreds of thousands forced to leave their houses.

    The Nile River has burst its banks in Wadi Ramli in Sudan's Khartoum state, destroying adjacent farmland.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from near the capital, Khartoum, where water levels are expected to rise.


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