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He said that ""five people are dead after flash flooding swept away in places in Kahrol.""

Abdul Majid Brooks Robinson Jersey , another official of the district's Birol Police Station, said four people were dead and one man was missing after a flash flood roared Birol.""

Overall flood situation is also alarming in two more Bangladesh districts - northwestern Lalmonirhat and northern Kurigram where rivers are flowing above the danger level.

Eight more deaths have been reported in these two districts in connection with the massive flooding.

The Lalmonirhat and Kurigram deaths reported by the local media, however Adam Jones Jersey , have not been confirmed immediately.

Apart from the district, flash floods eroded large portions of villages and agricultural lands, and washed away buildings elsewhere in Bangladesh.

Authorities have evacuated residents of hundreds of villages to higher grounds in a number of Bangladesh districts that are prone to torrential rains between June and September.

TV reports showed villages in the country's north and northeast have gone under up-to-waist-high water. The residents were seen leaving their houses wading through flooded roads or on boats in search for shelter or a dry ground to live temporarily.

A Bangladeshi minister said last month that there was possibility of ""high magnitude flooding"" in the country amid moderate to heavy rains which have led to further elevated rivers and canals.

""There is possibility of high magnitude flooding in the second half of August Cheap Baltimore Orioles Hats ,"" Water Resources Minister Anisul Islam Mahmud told reporters.

He said the country has been experiencing an increasingly intense rainfall over the last weeks.

Plight to millions of people in Bangladesh mount as the low-lying Bangladesh experiences almost every year small or big floods, as monsoon rains that sweep the subcontinent from June to September combine with snow melt from the Himalayas in major rivers that run through the country to the Bay of Bengal.

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BANJUL, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- Former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh announced Saturday that he would step down from power after last-chance talks with leaders from West African countries.

""I have decided today in good conscience to relinquish the mantle of leadership of this great nation, with infinite gratitude to all Gambians,"" said the longtime leader on state TV early Saturday morning.

Jammeh said he had promised that all the issues ""will be resolved peacefully"" and ""it is not necessary that a single drop of blood be shed.""

Jammeh's announcement came after hours of a last-chance mediation with Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz and Guinean President Alpha Conde in Banjul.

""My decision today was not dictated by anything else, but by the supreme interest of the Gambian people and our dear country,"" said the veteran leader who came to power in 1994.

Accepting to cede power, Jammeh reiterated that he would always stand together with all Gambians to ""defend the independence"" of the country.

""This is a victory for Gambia against violence,"" Mauritanian President Aziz told journalists after the meeting.

Aziz made the remarks as forces of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) had already rolled into Gambia on Thursday, ready to move against Jammeh if he refused to step down.

On Friday evening, Gambian President Adama Barrow tweeted that ""Yahya Jammeh has agreed to step down. He is scheduled to depart Gambia today.""

Jammeh lost the election to Barrow in December and initially conceded defeat, only to change his mind saying the vote had been unfair.

Earlier on Friday, Aziz and Conde arrived in Banjul for one ""last mediation"" to persuade Jammeh to cede presidential power to Barrow before an eventual military intervention.

ECOWAS soldiers, led by Senegalese and Nigerian troops, stopped advancing in Gambia on Thursday night to give Jammeh a last chance to step down peacefully.

""Orders were given to the troops to stop their advance and they have stopped because the ECOWAS privileges the initiatives of dialogue and diplomacy,"" President of the ECOWAS Commission Marcel Alain de Souza said.

The Senegalese army, backed by other West African soldiers, entered Gambia Thursday afternoon in a military operation aimed at forcing Jammeh to cede power to Barrow, who was sworn in Thursday as Gambia's new president at Gambia's Embassy in Senegal.

""The outgoing president is going to leave as soon as the conditions are met, very soon, certainly,"" said Aziz. But he did not mention what these conditions were.

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