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Duration2005/12/18 Flooding in northern Malaysia has left at least four people dead and more than 10,000 people homeless, reports said on Monday, while officials warned the region could be hit by a tropical storm this week.
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  • New Straits Times 2005/12/21
    Kedah and Perlis are facing their worst floods in 30 years, with more than 16,000 people relocated to 113 evacuation centres in both States since last Saturday.
    Two-thirds of Perlis and most of northern Kedah have been inundated by non-stop rain over a three-day period since last Friday.
    The floods have destroyed an estimated 25,000ha of padi fields in Muda Agricultural Development Authority (Mada) areas in Kedah and Perlis and non-Mada areas. Losses are estimated at over RM81 million.
  • Khaleej Times 2005/12/19
    Floods in northern Malaysia kill four as thousands evacuated
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