River Nile is upset, wild and deadly: Disaster in East Africa

River Nile is upset, wild and deadly: Disaster in East Africa
Floods have cut off West Nile from the rest of Uganda after R.Nile burst its banks on Tuesday. This north-western part of the country is now only accessible via ferries and air after the floods deposited heavy debris and weed on the road near the Pakwach bridge in Nwoya district. Rainfall from October to mid-November was as much as 300% above average across the Horn of Africa, according to the Famine Early Warning Systems Network. The areas hit hardest include parts of Ethiopia, Somalia, and Kenya, where most of the deaths have occurred. Flash floods and landslides triggered by heavy rainfall have kille
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