At least 66 dead as new floods hit Afghanistan’s Faryab province

New floods have killed no less than 66 individuals in Faryab region in northern Afghanistan, says a commonplace authority, in the most recent lethal series of calamities to stir things up around town lately.

Weighty floods in different regions of Faryab territory on Saturday night “brought about human and monetary misfortunes”, Asmatullah Moradi, representative for the Faryab lead representative, said in a proclamation on Sunday.

The most recent debacle in Faryab came only a day after commonplace specialists said 50 individuals were killed in streak flooding only south of the region in Ghor.

As per the Kabul-based TOLONews, up to 80 percent of the city of Ferozkoh in Ghor was obliterated by the flooding.

Afghanistan is inclined to catastrophic events, and the Assembled Countries considers it among the nations generally powerless against environmental change.

A little more than seven days prior, in excess of 300 individuals were killed in streak flooding in northern Baghlan region, as per the UN World Food Program and Taliban authorities

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