Somalia The worst floods since 1961 have ravaged the Juba river valley in Somalia killing more than 2,000 people. Roads, airstrips and bridges were underwater in the towns of Bardera in the north to Jumaame in the south. "It is completely floo-ded. People are trapped. Some are sitting on dikes waiting for help. They are just trying to survive. They don't have any more food," said Patrick Berner, a worker for the Inter-national Com-mittee of the Red Cross.

Relief workers estimate that some 200,000 refugees have been displaced by the floods. It is said that these rains are a result of the El Ni

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