One year after the floods

Australia remembers the damage caused by last summer's incessant rain

    This time last year Australia was suffering one of the worst natural disasters in its history. The weather phenomenon know as La Nina was responsible for severe flooding and tropical cyclones that eventually led to one the country's wettest summers on record.

    La Nina conditions do still exist, but one year on, things are finally getting back to normal.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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