‘Nothing left’: At least 300 dead as flash floods devastate Afghanistan – The Washington Post

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KABUL — Afghan authorities and aid workers were struggling to respond this weekend to some of the worst flash floods in recent memory, which left about 300 people dead, the United Nations said, warning that hundreds of people may still be trapped beneath debris and mud.

The U.N.’s health agency said destruction was most severe in Baghlan province, in Afghanistan’s north, where “unprecedented rainfall” has damaged or destroyed thousands of homes since Friday.

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