Perak opens its fourth flood relief centre as flood victims increase to 300.
Continuous rain since yesterday result in flash flood affecting 41 families in Kampung Sungai Suloh and Sungai Ayam.
Flooding has blocked a major highway linking Myanmar's three major cities and forced more than 63,000 people from their homes.
Central Myanmar dam breach flooded a town, two villages and a highway connecting Yangon, Mandalay and the capital Naypyidaw.
The Thursday flash floods has damaged homes and left 207 victims in a shelter.
India's opposition accuses PM of exacerbating crisis by failing to provide more aid and barring foreign help.
Heavy rain since yesterday cause villages and houses to come under one metre of water.
10 villages in Lunas have been affected by flash floods due to heavy rain from 2 pm to 8 pm yesterday.
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Samarahan and Serian divisions remain worst hit, with 1,483 and 1,274 evacuees respectively.
The situation improves from yesterday as the number of displaced subsides.
UPDATED 2.55PM | Situation in Johor improves slightly with 1,374 people in shelters.
Floods also hit Segamat and Mersing in Johor, while other areas in the state are on high alert.
In Pekan, the number of residents sheltered at five centres remains at 254.
The increase results in the opening of another eight relief centres in Kemaman.
Floods in Kuantan and Rompin cause number of evacuees to double from noon figure of 677.
Schools in Kuantan, Kuala Krai, Dungun, Kemaman, Belaga and Subis will reopen when floods subside.
The number of flood victims in Terengganu's Dungun district has quadrupled from 55 people last night.
Over 200 evacuated in Mersing, Johor as of 10PM.
Terengganu is not out of flood danger yet as heavy rains are expected up till Tuesday.
Victims at six evacuation centres around the state increase this morning.
Water levels have completely receded, but some families still remain until their homes are ready.
Sungai Lipis hits danger level and is still rising, with risk of floods in surrounding areas.
Kuala Nerus is worst hit, while Marang, Dungun and Kuala Terengganu figures also rose.
'We did not expect the floods to be this bad,' says a resident in Manjung, Beruas.
100 relief centres in nine districts are put up to house the flood victims.
All of them are being provided temporary shelter at 23 relief shelters in seven districts.
Continuous heavy rain since yesterday has caused some low-lying areas in several districts to flood.
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