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40 KILLED AS WORST FLOODS IN 90 YEARS HIT BRAZIL

At least 40 people lost their lives in floods and landslides caused by heavy rains in Brazil which nearly 50,000 people flee their homes as thousands of homes are destroyed and many neighborhoods left without electricity. 
President Dilma Rousseff(photo) described as the worst floods to hit the country in the last 90 years. Rousseff visited on Tuesday flood-hit areas in the southeast states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo, where she pledged millions of dollars in aid to supply necessities and rebuilt the zone. 
According to the president, the government has already sent foods and medical equipment by ground and air to the area. Espirito Santo Governor Renato Casagrande said that nearly 50,000 people fled their homes. 
Thousands of homes were destroyed, the transportation system was paralyzed, and many neighborhoods were left without electricity. Casagrande expressed fear that the number of victims could rise as communication with some flood-hit areas was not in place. 

Source: Agencies
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