Entire buildings have been ripped from their foundations after flash floods swamped a small Australian town in the state of New South Wales.
The latest accident happened just two weeks ago after 76 people were killed when their overloaded boat tipped over due to flooding in southeastern Anambra state.
Deadly floods have affected 33 million people, damaged over 2 million homes, washed away thousands of kilometres of roads and destroyed 435 bridges in the south Asian country.
Hundreds of homes in southeast Australia were without power and residents filled sandbags as an intense weather system lashed the region, bringing warnings of more heavy rain.
The floods have killed a total of 134 people, left 120 others injured and damaged or destroyed more than 128,000 homes so far this wet season.
With floodwaters engulfing the Dadu district of Pakistan's southern Sindh province, residents are left with only one passage to leave the city.
Pakistan's National Disaster Management Agency says that the country's northern mountains have brought floods that have killed at least 1,314 people and affected 33 million.
Lake Manchar, located west of the Indus River, is the largest natural freshwater lake in Pakistan and one of the largest in Asia.
Massive floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have swamped a third of the country, killing more than 1,100 people and affecting tens of millions more.
Raging floods caused by torrential rains have killed more than 1,000 people and displaced millions across the south Asian country.
At least 119 people have died in Pakistan in the previous 24 hours as heavy rains continue in parts of the south Asian country.
Official figures put the number of deaths in two days at 20 but unofficial reports put the toll much higher.
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