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Flash floods kill at least 50 in Indonesia's Papua province

Reuters Sunday, 17 March 2019
Flash floods in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua have killed at least 50 people and badly injured dozens of others and damaged a small plane at the region's main airport, authorities said on Sunday.
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Flash floods and mudslides in Sentani, in Indonesia’s Papua province, caused dozens of deaths and forced thousands from their homes on Saturday, March 16, leaving the Jayapura district in a state of emergency.This footage shows debris littering the town of Sentani, which was the worst hit by...

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