At least seven people have died in and around the South Korean capital of Seoul overnight after record-breaking torrential rain knocked out power and left roads and subways submerged.
Casualties were reported in the capital of Sanaa and the southwestern province of Dhamar, where it began raining late last week.
Intense low-pressure system that formed off the east coast over the weekend has weakened, satellite images show, but major flooding could continue for several days with rivers and dams already at full capacity.
Nearly 2,000 people evacuated their homes in western Cuba after heavy rains caused flooding and landslides that left three people dead and thousands without electricity.
Thousands of soldiers deployed to help with relief efforts in KwaZulu-Natal province, officials say, with President Ramaphosa warning rebuilding even basic services will take time.
Authorities warn of potentially life-threatening flash floods along the northern New South Wales coast stretching across a distance of more than 500 km.
Death toll from devastating mudslides and floods that swept through a mountainous region of Rio de Janeiro state reaches 78, local authorities say.
Torrential rains, flooding, and landslides kill at least 10 people in Minas Gerais state, with officials warning of more intense downpours in the South American region.
Officials suggested the wall coming loose could have been caused by heavy rains caused by recent flooding in the state, pand forced almost 17,000 people out of their homes.
At least 503 people were hospitalised after suffering scorpion stings and discharged after they were given anti-venom doses.
Floods and mudslides have killed at least 16 people and displaced some 5,000 others, with the worst affected areas in and around the island’s tea-growing Central Highlands.
Train services have been suspended and highways closed in Henan province as storms trap subway passengers waist-high in floodwaters and turn streets into torrents.
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