Yemen floods kill 10 in two days-officials
They said tens of houses were also destroyed by rushing water in the past two days after heavy rains lashed several parts of the country.
"There has been a lot of damage to property due to heavy rain in the last week," one official said, adding that it was too early to provide accurate estimates of material damage.
Yemen, at the southern tip of the Arabian peninsula, is prone to floods during spring and summer. The worst rains hit Yemen in 1996 and officials at the time estimated damage at $1.2 billion.
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