Floods in Mongolia - the worst for decades - have killed 23 people. Houses made from timber and mud were particularly vulnerable, leaving hundreds homeless. (Images courtesy of the IFRC)
The rain storms and flash floods hit the capital Ulan Bator, and the western Gobi-Altai province.
More than 100 homes were destroyed, including yurts, the wooden and felt homes traditionally used by nomads.
The home of this elderly couple and their four children was badly damaged, and they are now living with relatives. Their pit latrine overflowed in the floods, creating a health hazard.
The Mongolian Red Cross has described the flooding as the worst to hit the country since 1966.
The Red Cross has called for donations, and has been distributing clean water, food, disinfectant, tents, clothing and mattresses.
As people were clearing up, more rain and hail fell in Ulan Bator. Forecasters predict more bad weather over the coming days.
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