A military helicopter drops off supplies and aid for those affected by floods in the Gozargah-e Noor district of Baghlan province June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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More than 80 bodies have been found two days after a devastating flash flood in Afghanistan's mountainous and remote north, a provincial official said Sunday, as police and villagers scoured the rugged terrain for missing people and Army helicopters flew in supplies to thousands left homeless.Lt. Fazel Rahman, the police chief in the Guzirga i-Nur district of Baghlan province, said the death toll from Friday's flash flooding had climbed to 81 from 54 . Officials said it was impossible to dig up all the bodies.
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