Pakistani residents wade along a flooded street in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, where officials said at least 28 people were killed after heavy rain triggered flash floods and damaged more than 120 houses and 30 shops. The flooding also crippled water and electricity supplies.
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In pictures: Flooding across South Asia kills more than 100

Updated 12:29 PM ET, Wed July 17, 2019

Pakistani residents wade along a flooded street in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, where officials said at least 28 people were killed after heavy rain triggered flash floods and damaged more than 120 houses and 30 shops. The flooding also crippled water and electricity supplies.
Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images

The death toll in South Asia continues to rise after flooding and landslides ravaged the border region of India and Nepal, leaving tens of thousands displaced and millions affected.

More than 100 people have died in India and Nepal since monsoon flooding began over the weekend. The rains had stopped in Nepal on Tuesday, but the disaster was far from over -- with heavy downpour