[In Pictures]Amity Foundation Responds to Sri Lanka Flood
By Amity, June 07, 2017 01:06 AM
The Sri Lanka floods leave 600.000 people displaced and as of June 5, a total of 212 deaths have been confirmed, and 79 remain missing, the Disaster Management Center of Sri Lanka said. The natural disaster is said to be the worst to hit the country in a decade, affecting 15 districts. Almost 8,500 houses were reported to be destroyed or damaged on May 30, 2017.
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