2018-06-25: According to the civil protection on Monday (25 June), landslides and floods in several provinces in the north of the country occurred due to heavy rainfall on the weekend (23/24 June.). At least seven people were killed and at least twelve others are missing. Hundreds of homes were reportedly destroyed. Particularly affected is the province of Lai Chau.
Local traffic disruptions are to be expected, floods and further landslides are possible. Travellers in the affected areas should exercise high caution, especially near rivers and mountain sides.
2018-05-18: Landslides caused by heavy rainfall on Wednesday evening (16 may, local time) destroyed dozens of houses in various villages across Manafwa district, in the Eastern Region of Uganda. Hundreds of people were taken to shelters. So far, there have been no reports of deaths or injuries.
Travellers are advised to inform themselves via local media and authorities about the current situation on site, to follow instructions from authorities, to exercise high caution near mountainsides and rivers, as well as to avoid damaged buildings, bridges, and roads.
More than 140 people remain missing following a landslide in the mountain village of Xinmo, in Maoxian county, in south-west Sichuan province, on Saturday (24 June). Several roads were also buried.
Local traffic disruptions are to be expected, further landslides are possible. Travellers should exhibit caution, in particular near mountainsides, and follow instructions by local authorities.
Update 2017-06-13: In the landslides in Bangladesh, in the Chittagong division, that were triggered by heavy rain on Tuesday (13 June), more than 100 people were killed. Further rain has been forecast.
Further landslides, flash floods, and floods are to be expected due to ongoing rainfalls. (Air) traffic disruptions are possible. Travellers are advised to follow local media reports, to follow instructions from local authorities, to avoid damaged bridges, roads, and houses and to exercise high caution near mountainsides and rivers.