Record Flooding Kills 100 in Sudan; Naba Mohiedeen; VoA

Sudanese authorities have declared a three-month state of emergency after record flooding left over a hundred people dead and tens of thousands homeless.  Floodwaters are also threatening to damage Sudan’s ancient Meroe Pyramids, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  FILE – Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries of Meroe Pyramids in Begrawiya at River Nile State, Sudan, Nov. 10, 2019.

Source: Record Flooding Kills 100 in Sudan

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