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More than 600 dead as Nigeria’s flooding spreads

By Reuters
21 October 2022   |   5:05 am
Parts of Rivers, Nigeria, along with large swathes of 32 other states, have been inundated by the worst flooding in 12 years. Experts say better planning is needed to deal with climate change.

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