Floods ease in Indonesian capital, thousands left homeless

Reuters: Severe floods in Jakarta eased on Friday, a day after unusually heavy monsoon rains swamped parts of the Indonesian capital in waist-deep water and left more than 18,000 people homeless. However, authorities warned of more rain and disruptions in the city of about 10 million people after Thursday's floods killed six people and turned Jakarta's main thoroughfare into a stream of red mud. Other main roads were still full of water and choked with traffic on Friday as commuters struggled to return......

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