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WEATHER SOUTHASIA FLOODS
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August 11, 2004 
A Bangladeshi flood victim and her children wait for food at a make shift flood shelter beside a busy... 
Taraboo, Bangladesh 
A Bangladeshi flood victim and her children wait for food at a make shift flood shelter beside a ... 
A Bangladeshi flood victim and her children wait for food at a make shift flood shelter beside a busy highway in Taraboo. A Bangladeshi flood victim and her children wait for food at a make shift flood shelter beside a busy highway in Taraboo, 20 kilometres (12 miles) east of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka August 11, 2004. Thousands of people in Bangladesh are living on government and private food relief, the fallout of the worst flooding in the past 15 years. More than 1,700 people have died in Bangladesh and eastern India in floods in the past few weeks. Though river waters have receded in the past week, hundreds of thousands remained homeless and were living in shelters. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw 
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