Six more people have died in floods and mudslides in northeastern India's Assam state, officials said on Tuesday, taking the death toll to 77 from more than two weeks of heavy rains that caused one of Asia’s largest rivers to overflow.
The Brahmaputra River continued to wreak havoc, displacing more than 2 million people, the officials said. Vast tracts were still underwater with 26 of the state’s 33 districts badly affected.
In this video grab Bangladeshi men with a goat row a banana raft through flood waters in Lalmonirhat, Bangladesh, on July 13, 2020. (AP)