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Duration2011/04/11 An abrupt rise in river levels in western Kazakhstan has caused massive floods in the region
Country or DistrictKazakhstan

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  • IFRC 2011/04/19
    Abundant snowmelt and heavy rains on 9-15 April raised water levels in rivers that flooded 20 settlements in Western Kazakhstan region affecting 9,000 people.
  • Government of Kazakhstan 2011/04/12
    Intensive high waters has flooded settlements of several districts(Zelenovsky, Taskalinsky, Terektinsky, Chingirlausky) in the West Kazakhstan and suburb of the regional center Uralsk. More than 3,000 persons were evacuated.
  • Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty 2011/04/11
    Nearly 800 people from Oral and the towns of Bakaushino, Khamino, Almaqsha, Atameken, and Tasqala were evacuated.
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