Streets and houses in some of Sudan’s states continue to be overrun by the Nile River as torrential rains began hitting the country earlier this month, according to reports.
Sudan is in the midst of its rainy season, which lasts from June to October.
The floods have caused at least 65 deaths, damaged more than 30,400 homes, and destroyed more than 14,000 homes. Almost 700 cattle have died.
Sudan’s state of Al Jazirah is among the most severely affected by the floods.
The video shows people walking in floodwater in the streets of Al-Masoudiya.
More heavy rainfall is expected in August and September in most parts of the country, Sudan’s meteorological authority said. Credit: Al khatab Abu tobeen via Storyful