Indian monsoon floods kill 81 and leave two million homeless GAUHATI, India // The worst monsoon floods to hit a remote northeastern ... from rooftops of flooded homes and teams of doctors have opened health clinics in the 770 relief camps that had been set up across Assam, one of India's main tea-growing states. 07/2/2012 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Worst monsoon floods in a decade in Assam, India kill 81 people and leave two million homeless THE worst monsoon floods in a decade to hit a remote northeastern Indian ... from rooftops of flooded homes. Teams of doctors have opened health clinics in the 770 relief camps that have been set up across Assam, one of India's main tea-growing states. 07/2/2012 - 6:09 pm | View Link
Monsoon floods in India kill 81, displace 2 million The worst monsoon floods in a decade to hit a remote northeastern Indian ... from rooftops of flooded homes. Teams of doctors have opened health clinics in the 770 relief camps that had been set up across Assam, one of India's main tea-growing states. 07/2/2012 - 4:33 pm | View Link
Northeast India floods kill 79, displace two million A view of flood-affected people with their domesticated animals stranded on an islet in a flooded area of the Sonitpur district in the northeastern Indian state of Assam ... homes over the last week as torrential monsoon rains triggered floods across India ... 07/2/2012 - 5:07 am | View Link
Northeast India floods kill 79, displace two million At least 79 people have died and 2.2 million forced to leave their homes over the last week as torrential monsoon rains triggered floods across India's ... The Assam government said in a statement that an estimated 2.2 million people had been displaced ... 07/2/2012 - 1:54 am | View Link
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American skier Lindsey Vonn won a World Cup downhill race Saturday on the same course where she re-injured her troublesome right knee one year ago, clinching a 61st career victory to continue her strong comeback following two operations.
Swiss skier Lara Gut placed 0.39 seconds behind in fourth place, while overall leader Tina Maze of Slovenia finished half a second adrift in seventh.
Soon after winning in Maribor, her career was threatened by a serious knee injury after a spectacular fall at the 2013 world championships.
Alaska State Troopers say they are boosting patrols to enforce drunken driving laws during the holidays.
The enforcement effort began Dec. 10, and will continue until Jan. 4.
Troopers say officers also are on the lookout for other behaviors, including speeding and driving too fast for conditions.
The New York state parks system is inviting the public to start the new year with guided hikes at more than two dozen parks and state historic sites.
The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation says it will sponsor guided hikes at 27 parks on New Year's Day.
A northeast Ohio woman who told police an intruder shot and killed her husband five years ago has been charged with aggravated murder in his death.
Thirty-six-year-old Julene Simko of Vermilion turned herself into authorities Friday morning after being indicted Thursday in the November 2009 slaying of Jeremy Simko.
The break-in resulted in the disclosure of tens of thousands of confidential Sony emails and business files, and escalated to terrorist threats that caused Sony to cancel the release of the movie "The Interview."
An unidentified Foreign Ministry spokesman in Pyongyang said Saturday that the U. S. would face unspecified "grave consequences" if it rejects its proposal for the joint investigation.
Witnesses say Islamic extremists in northeast Nigeria are lining up elderly people and shooting them — a new tactic instilling fear in areas the militants call an Islamic caliphate.
Residents from five villages say people too elderly to flee Gwoza local government area are being rounded up and taken to two schools where the militants open fire on them.