Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
TEHRAN (FNA)- Floods have killed at least 99 people this year and caused total and partial collapse of more than 100,000 homes. Authorities in Sudan have declared a national state of emergency for three months and designated the country a natural disaster zone after flooding that has killed dozens of people. [PHOTOS]
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 Iran: Food, Stationery Packages Distributed by People Among Lower Classes Amid COVID-19
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  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
  • Sudan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency over Deadly Floods
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