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Widespread floods have killed more than 800 people and displaced over a million in India, Nepal and Bangladesh, over the past 10 days, with aid workers warning of severe food shortages and waterborne diseases as rains continue to lash the affected areas.At least 115 people have died and more than 5.7 million are affected in Bangladesh as floods submerged more than a third of the low-lying and densely populated country.In the Indian state of Assam bordering Bangladesh, at least 180 people have been killed in the past few weeks.Torrential rains have also hit the northeastern states of Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur, killing at least 30 people.The floods have since killed more than 350 animals, including 24 endangered one-horned rhinoceroses, five elephants and a tiger.
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