The floods affected China's Qinghai province, while millions of people in the southwest suffered a crushing heatwave.
Powerful storm barrels toward southern California after flooding highways, toppling trees, and causing mudslides in areas burned bare by recent fires across the northern part of the US state.
Hundreds of people evacuated their homes in New South Wales state after authorities warned of "life-threatening" flash floods triggered by heavy rains.
Rescuers are combing through muck-filled ravines and valleys for survivors after the sudden collapse of a Himalayan glacier triggered massive flooding in northern India.
Rescue efforts have been hampered by rising water levels in a Himalayan river valley hit by a major avalanche killing 36 people and leaving several more unaccounted for.
A piece of a Himalayan glacier broke off into a river and triggered a massive deluge on Sunday. Here are some pictures of the devastation and the relief works in its aftermath.
The wall of water barrelled down a valley in India's Himalayan north on Sunday morning, destroying bridges, roads and two hydroelectric power plants.
Kenya's Wildlife Service wrote on Twitter that six bodies have been recovered and one tourist is missing after flash floods hit Hell's Gate National Park.
Dozens more were also injured after heavy rains outside the city of Shiraz triggered sudden flooding, according to Iran's state TV.
Landslides have killed at least 14 people in Nepal as officials issued warnings on the risk of more landslides and flash floods due to torrential rain.
Three days of heavy rainfall, flash floods and landslides have left hundreds of people homeless and without food. Officials have warned that the death toll could rise as the extent of the damage becomes clear.
Thai authorities say all 23 victims were swept away by floodwaters and drowned. The northeast province of Sakon Nakhon was the hardest hit.
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