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Heavy rains, water logging hit normal life in New York

Heavy overnight rains have disrupted and partially paralysed US financial capital New York.

7 die as massive flash flood caused by storm Ida sweeps New York city

New York: At least seven people lost their lives in New York City on Wednesday night as flash flooding and record-breaking rainfall inundated the area, AFP reported citing police sources.

Ahead of monsoon season, UN supports Bangladesh’s efforts to protect Rohingya camps from flooding

New York, Feb 3 (JEN): The United Nations refugee agency and its partners are ramping up to assist Bangladesh’s efforts to mitigate some expected impacts of the upcoming monsoon season in the country, during which, according to an initial risk analysis, at least 100,000 Rohingya refugees could be in grave danger from landslides and floods.

France and Germany bracing to face more rainfall and flooding

Paris, Jun 3 (IBNS) High alert was sounded on Friday in the French capital with the forecast of more rain resulting in peaking of flood waters with the River Seine due to reach 6m (19ft) above its normal level, media reported.

Flooding in Baghdad, emergency response hurt by lagging funds: UN relief wing

New York, Nov 11 (Just Earth News/IBNS): Torrential downpours have caused flooding in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, prompting a state of emergency to be declared in areas overwhelmed by heavy rains, with more than 80,000 displaced people sheltering in some 40 sites and camps, according to the latest update from the United Nations humanitarian wing.