Bangladesh farmers caught in vicious cycle of flood and debt

Guardian: Seven-year-old Mili Begum knows her classroom like the back of her hand. She should, because she's been living in it for the past six weeks. The flood waters that surged through her village in the Sunamganj district of north-east Bangladesh have receded, but her family is one of many struggling to cope after losing both home and belongings. The monsoon floods killed more than 100 people and displaced an estimated 600,000 in June and July, mainly in the north-east and south-east of the country.......

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