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Floods claim the lives of 11 people in Afghanistan

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)

Torrential rains caused the death of 11 people in Kandahar and Helmand provinces, Afghanistan.

Kandahar state spokesperson Ahmed Baher Ahmadi said in a press statement on Sunday that the continuous rains for days throughout the state had caused the Seoul disaster.

He pointed out that the torrents killed 8 people and injured 14 others, in Kandahar.

For his part, the spokesperson for Helmand Province, Omar Zovac, announced that 3 people were killed due to the torrential rains that swept through the “Navi” and Kajaki courts, in addition to injuring 9 others.

He pointed to the continued heavy rains, and the state authorities began working to deliver aid to those affected.

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