New Zealand floods force mass evacuations

Parts of New Zealand's North Island are under a state of emergency because of a severe storm system.

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    Parts of New Zealand's North Island are under a state of emergency because of a severe storm system.

    Two days of torrential rain coupled with strong winds have caused widespread flooding and evacuations.

    Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan explains.


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