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Flooding in Colombia brings life to a standstill as La Nina continues its wrath

According to Reuters photographer Felipe Caicedo, La Nina rains have led to the displacement of 2.8 million people and hundreds of deaths in the last year.

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A woman wades through the flooded inside of her home in Cali, department of Valle del Cauca, Colombia, on April 22, 2011. Strong rains battering Colombia have already left 86 dead, and 2,8 million people affected during the last twelve months.

Felipe Caicedo / Reuters

A man carrying a girl and a dog wades down a flooded street in La Dorada April 22, 2011. Downpours due to La Nina have rocked the Andean nation since last year, displacing 2.8 million people and killing almost 400, according to the government.

Felipe Caicedo / Reuters

Residents push a car down a flooded street in La Dorada April 22, 2011. Downpours due to La Nina have rocked the Andean nation since last year, displacing 2.8 million people and killing almost 400, according to the government.

Luis Robayo / AFP - Getty Images

A man collects belongings inside his flooded house in Cali, department of Valle del Cauca, Colombia, on April 22, 2011. Strong rains battering Colombia have already left 86 dead, and 2.8 million people affected during the last twelve months.

Jaime Saldarriaga / Reuters

A man is seen inside a flooded house in Cali April 22, 2011. Rains due to La Nina have rocked the Andean nation since last year, displacing 2.8 million people and killing nearly 400, according to the government.