Dozens of houses were destroyed when the Samangan River burst its banks on Saturday and government help was needed to prevent further flooding, provincial governor Abdul Haq Shafaq told Reuters.
Further east in remote Badakhshan province, 23 Afghans and a Czech soldier serving with NATO were killed on Thursday in flooding and landslides.
A cold and snowy winter means Afghanistan is having a very heavy snow melt this spring, with floods and slips killing around 100 people since the beginning of March.
The Red Cross says more than 3,000 homes have been destroyed.
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