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Death toll from Brazil floods hits 169

China.dot.org 27 May 2024
Eduardo Leite, governor of Rio Grande do Sul, estimated it would take at least a year to rebuild damaged infrastructure in the state capital, Porto Alegre, and other 469 municipalities.
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Death toll rises to 166 from south Brazil's weather catastrophe

China.dot.org 26 May 2024
In Porto Alegre, the state capital, the situation had improved Monday, but new rains beginning on Thursday have caused renewed flooding. Enditem .
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Brazil's Ronaldinho stars in charity match for flood victims

Yahoo Daily News 26 May 2024
The Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona legend notched two goals and an assist in the 5-5 tie at the match in Rio de Janeiro's Maracana stadium ... In state capital Porto Alegre, floodwaters rose again on Thursday amid new rainfall ... lg/nro/dmc. .
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As Bad as Floods Are in the South of Brazil, New Climate Models Show They ...

Brazzil 25 May 2024
A mighty river is flowing out of the Amazon rainforest, and it’s not the one you’re thinking of ... In the state’s capital, Porto Alegre, the Guaíba river is more than five meters above its normal level, breaking a record set in 1941 ... Things to come.
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Heavy rains return to southern Brazil

FBC News 24 May 2024
... been untouched in Rio Grande do Sul’s capital city of Porto Alegre.
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Brazil’s Rio Grande do Sul faces economic woes after floods, and an unclear path to rebuilding

Beaumont Enterprise 24 May 2024
... history — upended transportation, including the airport in capital Porto Alegre, which is expected to remain shuttered for months.
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Rio de Janeiro bay reforestation shows mangroves’ power to mitigate climate disasters

Wtop 24 May 2024
A lack of mangroves wasn’t the cause of flooding around Rio Grande do Sul’s capital, Porto Alegre, that sits beside a lagoon ... areas west and north of Porto Alegre will be underwater by 2100.
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Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul faces economic woes after floods

Naharnet 24 May 2024
The environmental catastrophe — unprecedented in state history — upended transportation, including the airport in the capital Porto Alegre, which is expected to remain shuttered for months.
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Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul faces economic woes after floods, and an unclear path to rebuilding

Newsday 23 May 2024
The environmental catastrophe — unprecedented in state history — upended transportation, including the airport in capital Porto Alegre, which is expected to remain shuttered for months.
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The flooded buildings of Porto Alegre, Brazil – in pictures

The Guardian 22 May 2024
He travelled by boat through the historic town ...
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Death toll from south Brazil's extended extreme weather climbs to 161

China.dot.org 22 May 2024
... Porto Alegre. Porto Alegre's international airport was closed indefinitely, so the federal government authorized the Canoas Air Force air base to be used for commercial flights.
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As Brazil copes with floods, officials face another scourge: Disinformation

Al Jazeera 22 May 2024
The volume of the fake news is very large, and it can foster a climate of mistrust.” Torrential rains flooded cities like Porto Alegre, in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul [Courtesy of Billy Valdez/Coletivo Catarse] Impeding recovery efforts.
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Brazil's extreme weather turns tragic, death toll reaches 161; Conspiracy theories abound

International Business Times 22 May 2024
Porto Alegre's international airport was closed indefinitely, so the federal government authorised the Canoas Air Force air base to be used for commercial flights.
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Brazil football greats to play charity match for flood victims

Yahoo Daily News 22 May 2024
The southern state is reeling from weeks of unprecedented floods that have killed more than 160 people and left 90 percent of its towns inundated, including the state capital, Porto Alegre ... raa/mls/jhb/sms. .

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