Mon, 06 Feb 2012 12:06:32 GMT | By Photos by Reuters, text by Agence France Presse
PHOTOS: Mass evacuation in Australia as flood waters rise

Akibat hujan deras di berbagai tempat di Australia, sungai-sungai meluap dan mengakibatkan banjir.



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Roads overflowing with floodwaters in the the town of Moree, Queensland. Thousands of people remain isolated in the area.

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