At least 46 killed in floods and mudslides amid record rainfall in Brazil

At least 46 people have been killed in southeastern Brazil as record rainfall continues to cause floods and trigger mudslides.
The death toll rose on Sunday as officials expressed alarm about continuing storms.
At least 37 had died in the state of state of Minas Gerais and nine more in neighboring Espirito Santo, according to local disaster officials, who said 28 people remained missing.

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