South Asia floods: India counts cost of severe monsoon season

The rains have killed 1,200 people and nearly half have come from Bihar state in northeast India.

    The rains have killed 1,200 people and nearly half have come from Bihar state in northeast India.

    With little in the way of infrastructure or emergency services, the several days of monsoon flooding have been particularly deadly.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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