Local authorities say they did not expect such a "water bomb" that killed at least seven people and flooded roads and houses.
"A significant heavy rainfall event" could strike Arizona and New Mexico states, leading to sudden inundations, especially in areas previously devastated by wildfires, federal forecaster warns.
Torrential rains and floods kill 52, injure 25 and destroy thousands of homes in North African country, state media report.
Search and rescue efforts are ongoing with 22 teams and 125 people in the field after heavy rains near Soltan Shahbaz village in Estehban caused flooding from the Rodbal Dam.
The flooding adds to economic woes brought on partly by stringent “zero-Covid” measures restricting travel and disrupting supply chains.
It's the second time that the eastern region has experienced flash floods in less than a month, with 19 people killed and 131 people injured in heavy rains that occurred over two days in June.
Deputy minister for disaster management Sharafuddin Muslim said the latest deluges wracked the provinces of Faryab and Parwan, as well as various other regions of Afghanistan.
Flash floods in northern Iraqi city of Erbil killed at least eleven people, including two foreigners, authorities said.
Flash floods and mudslides triggered by torrential rain in northern Turkey leaves at least 17 people dead, Turkey's President Erdogan says.
Torrential rain and landslides kill at least 14 people, including six Rohingya, as government evacuates thousands of refugees from hilly slopes around Balukhali camp in Cox's Bazar.
Namur and Walloon Brabant provinces southeast of the capital city Brussels were particularly hit by devastating floods that left 36 people dead and seven missing last week.
Early observations suggest the rains might have been encouraged by a low-pressure system parked over western Europe for days, at it was blocked from moving on by high pressure to the east and north.
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