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Colombia searches for missing as rains kill 5, destroy homes

By AFP
20 November 2020   |   12:57 pm
Floods caused by a particularly intense rainy season have killed at least five people and left several missing in northwestern Colombia, according to authorities. A ravine near the city of Cucuta overflowed and has caused flooding destroying more than 200 nearby homes, mostly in poor neighborhoods.

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