At least 26 dead in southern India floods

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Floods and landslides have killed at least 26 people in southern India’s Kerala state. Thirteen others are reported missing. The army and navy have been carrying out rescue operations in the two worst-hit districts. Kerala suffered severe floods in 2018 that killed at least 400 people and displaced around 200,000.

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