Severe flooding has killed at least 61 people, displaced nearly 800,000 and inundated thousands of homes across a third of Bangladesh, government officials said on Tuesday, after two weeks of heavy monsoon rains.
Can you imagine Phnom Penh with its dust-free roads and its lush greenery scenes? Hard, isn’t it? But here comes the season not all of us like, the rainy days.
Rescuers battled fresh rains to reach scores of people still missing after a dam collapsed.
Visitors to the Water Festival, beginning today, can expect strong winds and temperatures of about 22 Celsius.
At least five people have been killed as heavy monsoon rain deluges India’s financial capital Mumbai.
A day after the Babai river flooded her home in Taduwa village – carrying off everything but the beds and leaving a muddy mess in its wake – Mrs Pariyar delivered a baby son.
Dodging the downpour is a regular challenge for Nopadol Choihirun, one of Bangkok’s last remaining postmen to deliver mail by boat to waterfront homes.