Thousands of people have been displaced by raging flood waters in and around the Indonesian capital Jakarta, and two dozen have died. More heavy rain is forecast.
At least 50 people have died and a dozen are missing after persistent, heavy rainfall unleashed flash floods on the Japanese island of Kyushu. Forecasters said the rain is expected to continue into Wednesday.
Days of heavy rains in southern Japan have triggered devastating landslides and flash floods, killing nearly 60 people. About 3.6 million people have been advised to leave their homes across the country.
Dozens of people are now confirmed or presumed dead amid floods and landslides triggered by torrential downpours on Japan's southern island of Kyushu. The bad conditions are hampering search and rescue operations.
Health officials have expressed concern about the coronavirus spreading among hundreds of thousands of people who have been transferred to evacuation centers in southern Japan after widespread flooding in the region.
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