South India Grapples with Massive Floods

Al Jazeera: The heaviest rainfall in more than 100 years has devastated swaths of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, leaving over 250 people dead and forcing thousands to leave their submerged homes as schools, offices and an airport remained shut for a second day Thursday. Chennai, the state capital, received more than 13 inches of rain over 24 hours, significantly higher than the average for the entire month of December, said Home Minister Rajnath Singh. At least 269 people have been killed in......

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