Jordanian search teams have found the body of a five-year-old girl, bringing the death toll from last week's flash floods in the kingdom to 13.
The state news agency Petra says the girl was found Monday, a day after her father and four of her sisters — also flood victims — were buried.
Petra says the girl was discovered by searchers in a valley in the Madaba district, south of the capital, Amman.
On Friday, flash floods unleashed by heavy rains struck several areas of Jordan, including the kingdom's main tourist attraction, the ancient city of Petra. All visitors were evacuated safely from Petra, but the flooding claimed lives elsewhere.
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