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Heavy rains from a tropical depression have flooded large areas of southern Mexico.
More than 100-thousand residents have been affected. Hundreds of homes are damaged or destroyed.
Days of torrential rainfall caused major rivers to overflow in the southern state of Tabasco. Navy and Army personnel are evacuating up to five-thousand people in the affected areas.
Northeastern Mexico is also on alert as Tropical Storm Hermine approaches the border with the US state of Texas. Mexican authorities are erecting shelters and warning people to watch out for landslides.