Flooding Kills Hundreds in Northern India

Reuters: Flash floods and landslides unleashed by early monsoon rains have killed at least 560 people in northern India and left tens of thousands missing, officials said on Saturday, with the death toll expected to rise significantly. Houses and small apartment blocks on the banks of the Ganges, India’s longest river, have toppled into the rushing, swollen waters and been swept away with cars and trucks. “It has been a horrifying experience,” said Tulika Srivastava, a visitor from the northern Indian city......

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