|Country or District||Indonesia|
|Outline||Floods in Indonesias capital, Jakarta, have killed five people and forced about 100,000 to leave their homes.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
BBC news 2007/02/05
Indonesian officials fear an outbreak of disease could take hold amid severe flooding in the capital Jakarta, which has already left 25 people dead.
BBC News 2007/02/04
Jakarta floods death toll rises: At least 20 people have been killed and 340,000 made homeless by floods in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.
BBC news 2007/02/03
Large parts of Jakarta were inundated when rivers burst their banks following two days of unrelenting downpours.
AFP BB News 2007/02/09
Pictues of the affected areas
BBC news In pictures2007/02/04
At least nine people have died and 190,000 left homeless by floodwaters in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta.