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59 dead, 25 missing in Indonesia floods

SBS Friday, 25 January 2019
Fifty-nine people are dead after flooding in Indonesia's South Sulawesi province.
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Ongoing flooding in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi has left over 30 dead and thousands displaced, according to reports on January 24. Parts of Makassar City have been flooded following incessant heavy rain that fell from Monday evening until Tuesday noon. Floodwaters reached a height of...

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