The people of Nepal are suffering from unprecedented floods and landslides

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The floods and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall in several districts across Nepal.

The Flood Forecasting Division of the Department of Hydrology and Meteorology on Friday put areas near major rivers on high alert for the next 24 hours.

Meanwhile, the Meteorological Forecasting Division has forecast moderate to heavy rain for the next few days.

7 persons died in Sunsari district, 4 in Jhapa 4 in Sindhuli, 3 each in Banke, Morang and Panchthara districts and 6 in other parts of Nepal due to heavy rains since yesterday.

"We are still collecting the details of the loss". According to the preliminary reports to the ministry over 25 people are feared dead'.

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The most recent deaths bring the total death toll from this year's monsoon to over 90, according to government figures.

Images on social media showed the runway at Biratnagar airport in eastern Morang district submerged in a metre (three feet) of water with an empty plane stranded on the tarmac.

Flooding has hit densely populated lowlands bordering India, while remote eastern districts have suffered landslides.

Footage shot by a bystander shows one of the girls tentatively navigating a flooded road, before suddenly disappearing into the brown muddy water. In the country damaged roads and bridges. Almost 100 people died past year in Nepal during the rainy season, which typically begins in late June and lasts until the end of August.

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