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Duration 2021/07/27 On 27 July 2021, heavy monsoon rains in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh led to slope failures and severe flooding in the Rohingya refugee camps. Volunteers are supporting the evacuation of those affected to safer shelters. Initial reports of thousands affected and 6 casualties have yet to be confirmed. Country or District Bangladesh Name Flood
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- UNOCHA 2021/08/03
According to latest reports, 21 people have died, over 6,100 refugee shelters have been destroyed or damaged, and more than 13,000 refugees have been forced to relocate and are seeking shelter with families or in community facilities.
- ECHO 2021/07/29
Incessant rains since 27 July have resulted in continued flooding across the Rohingya refugee camps and host communities in Coxs Bazar, claiming 18 lives.
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