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GPM measures deadly flooding rainfall in Haiti and the Dominican Republic/in News and Events /by Wafiq Harris-Ashby
In 2015, the website Reliefweb.int, which is a service provided by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, provided this information about the drought in the Caribbean (which includes Haiti and the Domnican Republic):
More Floods in Haiti and Dominican Republic – 5 Dead, 3,000 Displaced/in News and Events /by Wafiq Harris-Ashby
At least 5 people have died in Haiti, over 3,000 people have been displaced in the Dominican Republic and hundreds of homes damaged in Nicaragua after a period of heavy rain across parts of Central America and the Caribbean over the last few days.
Worst flood in Belize City’s recent memory!/in News and Events /by Wafiq Harris-Ashby
As we go to press, the roar of the thunder confirms the latest advisory issued tonight by the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)—that a new tropical disturbance right on our doorsteps will bring more rain and thunderstorms, even as northern Belize, and particular the Old Capital, Belize City, is reeling from what many perceive to be the most devastating flood in recent memory.
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Incessant Rains Flood Belize City, More Rain Expected/in News and Events /by Wafiq Harris-Ashby
Belize City has been the area most affected in the country as an area of low pressure passing over the region has been dumping large amounts of water in the area since Friday evening, October 16, 2015. Flooding has placed the city at a standstill with emergency management organizations working on evacuating affected residents.
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Flooding Photos From Around Belize/in News and Events /by Wafiq Harris-Ashby
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