Newsy 27 Jan 2020

Flooding, Landslides Kill 50 in Brazil


Death toll continues to rise as heavy rains beat down in southeastern Brazil.

Security forces arrived at the site where at least 50 people died in multiple attacks by armed bandits in northern Nigeria, Monday, March 2.
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A massive car pileup in Canada left two people dead and more than 90 others injured. Also, a Brazilian senator was shot in the chest with a rubber bullet after intervening in a protest, andĀ former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn faces more legal trouble in France. CBS News' Gwen Baumgardner joined "CBSN AM" with those stories.
Cell phone footage of houses being swept away by a mudslide in Sao Paulo, Brazil was captured by a nearby resident, Monday, February 10.

Firefighters rescued a girl trapped in one of the two destroyed homes later.

Torrential rains and flooding have ravaged Brazil's largest city over the weekend and local media reported more heavy rains are expected to fall in Sao Paulo. (AP)
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