Parts of India parched, others badly flooded as climate change affects monsoon season | DW News

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India’s monsoon season has been slow to start this year, but now rains have covered the entire country. Some areas in the northeast have been flooded, while others are still hoping the downpour will bring relief after severe droughts. Climate change is said to be affecting rainfall patterns.

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