Rescue workers in Bangladesh say at least 130 people have been killed by landslides and floods in the country's southeast.
Authorities say some of the victims drowned, while others were buried in the mud or struck by lightning. Most of the deaths occurred in the hilly port city of Chittagong and surrounding villages, where landslides destroyed hundreds of shanties.
Rescuers are continuing to wade through flood waters and mud in search of people - dead or alive. They recovered five more bodies in the debris on Wednesday, bringing the number of bodies found in the hard-hit areas to at least 125.