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Duration2016/06/18 On 18 June 2016, flash floods and landslides killed 24 people in Central Java province of Indonesia, forcing residents to evacuate to safer areas as torrential rains damaged thousands of homes.
Country or DistrictIndonesia

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  • ECHO 2016/07/19
    Heavy rain has been affecting the country, especially the island of Sulawesi, over the past few days causing floods and landslides. According to official reports, as of 17 July 2016, over 1,350 people have been evacuated and over 735 houses have been damaged in North Konawe Regency (Southeast Sulawesi province, Sulawesi island).
  • ASEAN 2016/07/12
    Heavy rains brought about rivers overflowing and flashfloods in Sumber Tangkil, Tirtoyudo subdistricts in Malang, East Java. These damaged dams, river dikes, bridges, water pipes and affected 800 families.
  • OCHA 2016/06/27
    According to the National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB), flooding and landslides in Central Java province caused 59 deaths, with four people still missing.
  • AFP 2016/06/19
    The number of casualties from floods and landslides in Central Java is 35 people dead, 25 people missing and 14 injured
  • Reuters 2016/06/19
    Rescue teams searched for 26 others who remained missing after the region.
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