Sudan’s floods leave villages destroyed, thousands displaced

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Heavy rain and flash floods in Sudan have destroyed dozens of villages and left tens of thousands of people without a home.

More than 70 people have died.

Aid agencies are asking the government to urgently help people to safety.

Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from Joda in White Nile state – one of the worst affected regions in Sudan.

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