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  • Woman struggles to escape mudslide as Peru's deadly flooding and mudslides continue

    A dozen people in Peru have died in the last three days as a result of dangerous flooding and mudslides that are now threatening the capital. Unusually heavy rains have ravaged Peru's mostly-desert climate this year, killing 62 people and destroying 12,000 homes.

Woman struggles to escape mudslide as Peru's deadly flooding and mudslides continue

A dozen people in Peru have died in the last three days as a result of dangerous flooding and mudslides that are now threatening the capital. Unusually heavy rains have ravaged Peru's mostly-desert climate this year, killing 62 people and destroying 12,000 homes.