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Duration2017/08/12 At least 49 persons were killed and 17 went missing in floods and landslides triggered by the monsoon rainfall in various parts of the country in the last three days.
Country or DistrictNepal

Headline(Source, Date)
Personal Injury Material Damage Others
UNOCHA 2017/08/21
Dead: 143
Missing: 30
Injured: 43
Affected: 1.7 million

Destroyed houses: 65,000

UNOCHA 2017/08/18
Dead: 131
Missing: 32
Injured: 30
Affected families: 301,550

Destroyed houses: 9,850

Specific Matters

Related Links
  • UNOCHA 2017/08/21
    Nepal: Flood 2017 - Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 4 (as of 21 August 2017)
  • UNOCHA 2017/08/18
    Nepal: Flood 2017 - Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 3 (as of 18 August 2017)
  • Vanguard 2017/08/16
    At least 120 people have been killed and tens of thousands affected by floods and landslides triggered by monsoon rains across Nepal, the government said on Wednesday, in the worst such calamity in nearly a decade.
  • The Times of India 2017/08/15
    The death toll in rain- triggered floods and landslides in Nepal has climbed to 91 with 38 persons still missing and over six million people affected by natural calamity. Nepal Ministry of Home Affairs said 2,847 houses were completely damaged in the disaster.
  • The Himalayan Times 2017/08/14
    Death toll reaches 49 with 17 more missing in floods, landslides
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