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Jordan flash floods: Eleven killed and thousands of tourists evacuated from ancient city of Petra

Death toll continues to rise two weeks after 18 children were killed after being swept away on school trip
Credit: Independent - Published Also reported by •BBC News

Jordan flash floods kill 21 people, many of them school children on bus

Rescuers combed the shores of Jordan's Dead Sea early on Friday, searching for survivors, after flash floods killed at least 21 people, most of them school children in a bus that was swept away.
Credit: Reuters - Published

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At least 18 have been killed in flash floods at a popular picnic area near the Dead Sea.

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At least 18 people were killed in a flash flood near Dead Sea in Jordan. Many of those killed were children under 14. Music Credit: Audioblocks 'Progeny'

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'Students among dead' in Jordan flash floods

At least seven people are dead and 16 more are missing in an area near the Dead Sea, officials say.
Credit: BBC News - Published

At least five school children killed and 16 missing in Jordan flash floods

At least five school children died and 16 were missing after flash floods engulfed a spot near Jordan's Dead Sea on Thursday where around 40 children and their teachers were on an outing, two civil..
Credit: Reuters - Published

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