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Aerial views show Australia floods

Flooding continues in parts of the Australian state of Queensland, with the government declaring disaster zones in the towns of Chinchilla, Theodore and Dalby.

The floods have caused hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage to sunflower and cotton crops.

The state capital, Brisbane, has recorded its wettest December in more than 150 years.

  • 28 Dec 2010
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