In neighboring Pakistan, dozens of people are believed to have been killed by avalanches in the northwestern parts bordering Afghanistan, the BBC reported.
The Afghan flooding and avalanches have destroyed hundreds of homes and the United Nations estimated over 20,000 people across the country have been affected, the BBC reported Monday.
In the capital, the Kabul River is continuing to rise, threatening those living nearby. In other parts of the country, entire villages have been washed away, making it the wettest season in year, the report said.
In Pakistan, the BBC reported numerous homes in a village near the town of Chitral were destroyed on Saturday and that 24 bodies had been recovered. Eleven more people were reported to be missing.
Rescue efforts have been hampered by heavy snowfall in the area.
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