Dozens of children among those killed in Sri Lanka’s floods

More than 40 of the 208 people killed by recent landslides and floods in Sri Lanka were children. Humanitarian concerns are growing as people struggle to deal with the effects of the worst torrential rains to hit the country in decades.

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    More than 40 of the 208 people killed by recent landslides and floods in Sri Lanka were children.

    Humanitarian concerns are growing as people struggle to deal with the effects of the worst torrential rains to hit the country in decades.

    Al Jazeera’s Minelle Fernandez reports from Kalutara district.


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