Torrential rains have affected Iraq over two days causing widespread flooding that has killed at least 21 people and displaced tens of thousands, with Nineveh and Salahaddin being the most affected regions. The UN also reported that 15,000 people in Nineveh were in desperate need of aid and were living in temporary camps. In Mosul the storms caused the rivers to submerge floating bridges along the Tigris river, and in Baghdad whole houses were submerged in flash flooding.
P3 - Flood extent map
P2 - Flood extent map