2018 Ivory Coast floods
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From 19 to 21 June 2018, floods hits Abidjan, in Ivory Coast. 20 people were killed in the floods, that caused also several damages to houses, streets and cars, while 115 other people had been rescued and taken to shelters. Abidjan, a city of five milion people, suffers from infrastructure problems and many homes are built in flood-prone area and bishops blamed 'corruption in midst of natural disaster'.
- Editorial, Reuters. "Flooding kills at least 18 in Ivory Coast's Abidjan" (in en-US). U.S.. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-ivorycoast-floods/flooding-kills-at-least-18-in-ivory-coasts-abidjan-idUSKBN1JF2J2.
- "Ivory Coast floods: Death toll rises to 18". The New Indian Express. http://www.newindianexpress.com/world/2018/jun/20/ivory-coast-floods-death-toll-rises-to-18-1830882.html.
- "Bishops in Ivory Coast blame corruption in midst of natural disaster" (in en-US). Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture. 2018-06-29. https://aleteia.org/2018/06/29/bishops-in-ivory-coast-blame-corruption-in-midst-of-natural-disaster/.