More Than 400,000 Indians Face Risk Of Flooding After Nepal Landslide
An Indian government official said on Sunday, more than 400,000 people in eastern India face the risk of flooding after a landslide that killed at least nine people in neighboring Nepal, as thousands were being evacuated. The landslide triggered by heavy rains has left scores of people missing and has created a mud dam blocking the Sunkoshi river, which runs into India’s Bihar state as the Kosi river. The fear is that as Nepal tries to blast its way through the landslide to clear it, it will unleash a torrent of water across densely populated Bihar.
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