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Floods, landslides displace 1 million in India; 33 dead

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Flood affected villagers gather to collect distributed food grains in Burhabrhi village, 41 miles east of Gauhati, Assam state, India, Sept. 24, 2012.

Reuters reports — Floods and landslides caused by relentless rain in northeast India have killed at least 33 people and displaced more than a million over the past week, officials said on Monday.

At least 21 people were killed in landslides and another eight were missing in the mountainous state of Sikkim, said state government spokesman A.S. Tobgay. Full story…

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An island in the Brahmaputra river floods in Majuli, India, Sept. 24.

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A woman hangs clothes outside her partially submerged home during flooding in Pandu, India, Sept. 24.

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A flood-affected woman makes temporary shelter in Burhabrhi village, India, Sept. 24.

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Flood affected children arrive in a raft in Burhabrhi village, India Sept. 24.

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A woman sits with her son in a makeshift hut in Burhabrhi village, India, Sept. 24.

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