Brazil: Heavy rain kills 18 in Sao Paulo state
01 February 2022 | 8:25 am
At least nine people were wounded and around 500 families had to abandon their residences in Brazil's southern Sao Paulo state. The torrential rainfall is expected to continue until Tuesday.
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