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Kenya searches for survivors after burst dam as death toll reaches 44

The search for survivors after a dam burst its banks in central Kenya resumed Friday with 44 confirmed dead and a further 40 still missing, the region’s governor said.

Water scarcity hits Kabayi residents

Kabayi, a suburb and densely-populated area of Mararaba, is hard hit by lack of water. Children and women move around with buckets of water on their head at all times of the day.

Flooding in Dar es Salaam leaves at least 14 dead

Fourteen people have died as a result of days of torrential rains and flooding in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's economic capital, police said Tuesday.

Heavy rains bring Mumbai to a standstill

Heavy rains lashed India’s financial hub Mumbai on Tuesday, snarling road, rail and air traffic as the incessant downpour waterlogged low-lying areas.

Air accidents not linked to weather in decade – NiMet chief

The Director-General, Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), Prof. Sani Mashi, says there has not been any air traffic accident linked to weather within the last ten years.

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