Torrential downpour kills dozens in southern India | The World

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Dozens of people have been killed after heavy monsoonal rains unleashed intense floods in the Indian state of Kerala. Just three years since hundreds died in the same region due to record floods and landslides, many communities are now back at square one. As Tyson Whelan reports, emergency workers are continuing the search for dozens who remain missing.

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