WORLD Around 30,000 people displaced due to flooding in Malaysia

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Around 30,000 people displaced due to flooding in Malaysia

Xinhua

08:45, January 07, 2021

Streets are submerged in Kota Tinggi of south Malaysia's Johor state, Jan. 5, 2021. Flooding in several Malaysian states has displaced around 30,000 people following recent strong downpour in the rainy season, government figures showed on Wednesday. (Photos: Xinhua)

Rescuers use a boat to evacuate people as parts of the town area are submerged due to continuous rainfall in Kota Tinggi of south Malaysia's Johor state, Jan. 4, 2021. Flooding in several Malaysian states has displaced around 30,000 people following recent strong downpour in the rainy season, government figures showed on Wednesday.

Rescuers use boats to evacuate people as parts of the town area are submerged due to continuous rainfall in Kota Tinggi of south Malaysia's Johor state, Jan. 4, 2021. Flooding in several Malaysian states has displaced around 30,000 people following recent strong downpour in the rainy season, government figures showed on Wednesday.

People wade through water on a submerged street in Kota Tinggi of south Malaysia's Johor state, Jan. 5, 2021. Flooding in several Malaysian states has displaced around 30,000 people following recent strong downpour in the rainy season, government figures showed on Wednesday.

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