India floods: Millions displaced in northeast and Bangladesh

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Hundreds of people have died and millions are in desperate need of aid after catastrophic floods swept across northeastern India and neighbouring Bangladesh.

The floods also triggered mudslides, killing dozens of people in Manipur state, where rescuers are still looking for survivors.

Al Jazeera’s @Cara Legg reports.

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