The victims are a 17-year-old boy and six elderly men attending the match in the village of Tizert, in Taroudant region.
US farmers are facing a tough year and worry about their future, yet some still trust President Donald Trump.
Around 288,000 people across Kerala's worst affected districts have been moved to relief camps.
'Our entire village is underwater for the last eight days but we still haven't got any assistance from the government,' a farmer says.
A four-storey building on a hillside in India collapsed, killing 12 people and trapping at least seven others.
Tropical Storm Barry, potentially the year's first Atlantic hurricane, closes in on New Orleans.
At least 15 people are killed in India's financial capital of Mumbai when a wall collapses during torrential monsoon downpours.
Penampang MP Darell Leiking claims a RM281 million flood mitigation project by the previous BN government was not properly done.
The rain caused the Moyog river to overflow and saw parts of the Inobong Putaton Bansadon road collapse, creating a giant sinkhole.
Sixteen of Afghanistan's 34 provinces were hit destroying or damaging hundreds of houses and sweeping away livestock.
As anxious relatives and friends waited on the road that had been torn up by Monday’s downpour, dozens of rescue workers searched for survivors with the help of sniffer dogs.
The disaster struck in the middle of Iranian New Year holidays, with many relief workers on vacation and millions of Iranians on the roads.
Cyclone Idai lashed the Mozambican port city of Beira with winds of up to 170 km per hour last week, then moved inland to Zimbabwe and Malawi.
The Indonesian government has issued a 14-day state of emergency in Papua, with around 6,800 people evacuated to temporary shelters.
As waters began to recede Tuesday in some areas, authorities warn people of the dangers of returning home.
Desperate residents have to contend not only with flash flooding, landslides and power blackouts, but also reptilian predators that have been spotted in residential roads.
Australia's tropical north experiences heavy rains during the monsoon season at this time of the year, but the recent deluge has surged far above normal levels.
Heavy rain causes rivers to overflow as well as heavy landslides, engulfing communities in southern Sulawesi.
Parts of the provincial capital Makassar have also been affected.
Many in the town, which suffered huge losses in the 2013 flash floods, say they would prefer to move somewhere else.
Bangkok, built on the floodplains of the Chao Phraya River, is expected to be one of the urban areas hit hardest by warming temperatures.
17 people are still missing and more than 40,000 were displaced nationwide due to the storm.
The 17-time Grand Slam winner also made his tennis academy available for those impacted by the sudden downpour.
Iraq is one of the hottest countries on earth but when heavy rains do hit they can result in casualties and widespread damage because of deteriorating public infrastructure.