Flooding Claims Over 100 Lives In Sudan

Police in Sudan say over 100 people have been killed and 10,000 of homes destroyed in the ongoing wet season.
Heavy rains usually fall between May and October in Sudan, which faces severe flooding each year, wrecking property, infrastructure and crops.
The National Council for Civil Defence said the floods have killed a total of 134 people; left 120 others injured, and damaged more than 128,000 homes so far.
The main causes of death were collapsing homes, drowning and electrocution.