Flooding in Brazil
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Floods in Brazil kill hundreds and devastate towns

Floods in Brazil have killed more than 300 people according to local officials.

Mudslides and flooding caused by heavy rains have devastated the mountain towns of Nova Friburgo, Teresopolis and Petropolis.

More than 800 rescue workers are conducting searches in the area.

  • 13 Jan 2011
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