Australian floods threaten Victoria state

Reuters: Water seeped on to the streets of rural communities in southern Australia today as the country's flood crisis threatened to deliver another region its worst deluge in a century. Residents of Victoria state waited anxiously for rising waters in their towns to peak, after three weeks of flooding tore a devastating path through the north-eastern state of Queensland, in what could be the country's costliest natural disaster. The region's Murray-Darling river basin links Queensland with New South......

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