Over 30 people have been killed and more than 130 buildings have collapsed following days of torrential rainfall that triggered mass floods and landslides across Nepal and two northern Indian states. Severe monsoon thunderstorms have wreaked havoc across 14 districts of the Uttar Pradesh, killing at least 15 people since Tuesday. Landslides and floods caused major damage to the state infrastructure, leading to the collapse of at least 133 buildings, official data showed. In the northern Indian state of Assam, the death toll from this week's floods has risen to at least 6 people. Thousands have been displaced from 1,556 villages spread out across 21 districts, authorities said.
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