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A general view shows flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A Sudanese man sits on his bed amidst floods in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A general view shows flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A general view shows flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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People walk in flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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Sudanese people walk a flooded road in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A truck carrying Sudanese villagers drives through a flooded street in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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Sudanese men ride a boat through flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A Sudanese man stands in flood water next to his belongings in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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People walk in flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A general view shows flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A Sudanese man sits atop a building during flash floods in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A Sudanese man carries his belongings in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
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A general view shows flood water in Wad Ramli village on the eastern banks of the Nile river on August 26, 2019. Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster." / AFP / Ebrahim HAMID
Updated 26 August 2019

62 killed in Sudan floods

Flash floods from the Nile killed about 62 people and injured nearly 100, said the official SUNA news agency quoting a health ministry official as saying the crisis "did not reach the level of being declared a disaster.”