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South America

The floods of 2015 described as the worst in 50 years, forced 150,000 people across four South American countries to flee their homes. Heavy rains, caused by El Nino weather patterns swelled three major rivers affecting Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. Total economic losses from flooding in 2016 were in excess of USD$1 billion, with only a small portion insured.

Data for the following cities will be available soon: Belo Horizonte, Buenos Aires, Ciudad del Este, Coquimbo, Guayaquil, Manaus, Medellin, Rosario, Sao Paulo, Villa El Salvador.

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