Flash floods kill twelve individuals inAfghanistan.

Floods conjointly create threat to twelfth century Minerate of Jam in central Ghor province

KABUL, Afghanistan
Flash floods triggered by torrential rains killed a minimum of twelve individuals in Afghanistan, an officer said on Fri.
According to the country’s Natural Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the lives were lost within the central and western components of the country with Herat, Ghor, Daikundi, Paktika and Ghazni provinces suffering the foremost.
Aslam Sayas, deputy head of the NDMA, told many homes are destroyed, agriculture lands broken and eutherian killed.
Besides inflicting significant losses to non-public property, the floods have conjointly exhibit serious threats to the twelfth century UNSECO-protected tower of Jam in central Ghor province, he said.
After a spell of drought-like scenario for months, Afghanistan received bucking rain within the past number of weeks leading to flash floods… Hadisa

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