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3 days ago
It was a herculean task commuting on the popular Ibiwoye road in Ago Palace way Okota and other adjoining roads in Oshodi-Isolo Local Council of Lagos State, following floods that threw commuters
30 Aug
Kano State Government has constituted a technical committee to expeditiously look into the prevailing flooding occasioned by the intermittent heavy downpours recorded in the state.
29 Aug
Tens of millions of people across swathes of Pakistan were Monday battling the worst monsoon floods in a decade, with countless homes washed away, vital farmland destroyed, and the country's main river threatening to burst its banks.
13 Aug
Flooding caused by torrential rains in Sudan has killed at least 52 people and damaged or destroyed thousands of homes, state media reported Saturday.
31 Jul
Nine people have lost their lives and many more are feared dead in flooding in the eastern Ugandan city of Mbale after two rivers burst their banks, leaving a trail of destruction, officials said Sunday.
17 Jul
For the umpteenth time, it was another season of gnashing of teeth for some residents of Lagos State, who had the misfortune of losing their valuables as well as loved ones to flash flood.
18 Jun
Monsoon storms in Bangladesh and India have killed at least 41 people and unleashed devastating floods that left millions of others stranded, officials said Saturday.
12 Jun
Nearly 90 people are still missing two months after the worst floods in living memory swept through South Africa's third-largest city of Durban and surrounding areas, killing hundreds, the government said Sunday.
29 May
Torrential rains in northeastern Brazil have left at least 44 people dead and dozens missing, the government said Sunday, as rescuers capitalized on a lull in downpours to search for survivors.
18 May
At least 10 people including a four-year-old child have died in floods and landslides this week after unusually heavy rains pummelled several parts of India, as forecasters warned on Wednesday of more deluges.
5 May
Again, it is spring. Gardens everywhere have grown full green. The weather is soothing. For the uninitiated in our clime, it is the period between the end of the dry season and beginning of the rainy season, signaled by the return of the sun to the Equator third week of March from the Southern Hemisphere.
14 Apr
The death toll from landslides and flooding in the Philippines triggered by tropical storm Megi hit 115 on Thursday, official figures showed, as more bodies were found in mud-caked villages.

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