Rescuers continue search for people and provide help for 600,000 in relief camps

Water levels have started to fall in the south Indian state of Kerala and rain is predicted to ease in the coming days as rescue operations continue to free thousands still marooned by the worst flooding in a century.

With the lull in heavy rain on Sunday, focus began to shift to providing for the more than 600,000 people sheltering in relief camps across the state with reported shortages of medicine, fuel and fresh water.

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