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More than 3 million affected by flooding in Bangladesh

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More than 3 million affected by flooding in Bangladesh

More than 3 million affected by flooding in Bangladesh

Monsoon flooding has left millions homeless, with lost crops and livelihoods.

More than 7.5 million more are at risk of flooding according to the National Need Assessment Working Group.View on euronews


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