At least 60 people died in the floods in the Eastern province of Indonesia, Papua. Dozens more are still missing.
According to Reuters, flooding began in the region of Papua on 16 March, it was caused by heavy rains. Streams of water demolished bridges and houses, local authorities have warned that the search operation is still continuing and the death toll could rise.
Recall the last time Indonesia had already suffered a tsunami and an earthquake. The tsunami occurred near the Sunda Strait on 22 December, the cause was an underwater eruption of the volcano Anak Krakatau. The number of victims of disaster exceeded 400 people. And on December 28, in Indonesia a powerful earthquake with magnitude of 5.8.