At least 29 people have been killed and more than 113.000 displaced following heavy rains & flash flooding in Somalia.
The Somali federal government declared a state of emergency on Monday.
Emergency rescuers were working to reach an estimated 2,400 people still trapped by flood waters in the Luuq district of Jubaland state.
Warning of a high risk of flooding
The U.N. had called for the evacuation of people living along the entire stretch of the Juba and the Shabelle Rivers.
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The severe weather also affected the Somali region of Ethiopia.