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Bangladeshi man shares journey to find parents during extreme flooding in Bangladesh

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In Bangladesh, the most recent flood on June 17 led to more areas of the country being affected, like Mymensingh and Sylhet, according to the World Health Organization. NBC News’ Rima Abdelkader spoke to Bangladeshi resident Tarek Rubbani on the journey to find his parents.