Xinhua Middle East news summary at 2200 GMT, April 14

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TEHRAN -- The recent floodings in most parts of Iran killed at least 76 people, Press TV reported on Sunday.

The heavy downpours in north, west and southwest of the country also caused hundreds injured. (Iran-Floods)

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DAMASCUS -- Two land mines went off in northern and southern Syria on Sunday, killing one child and wounding seven others, a war monitor reported.

One of the land mines exploded in the Sukkari area in the Aleppo province in northern Syria, killing one child and wounding others while another mine went off in the southern province of Daraa, wounding seven people. (Syria-Land Mines)

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TRIPOLI -- A total of 121 people have been killed and 561 others wounded in the fighting between the UN-backed Libyan government and the east-based army in and around the capital Tripoli so far, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Sunday.

"The WHO is sending medical supplies and health staff support for first- and second-line responders," said a tweet by the international organization. (Libya-Casualties-Tripoli)

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KHARTOUM -- Spokesman of Sudan's Transitional Military Council Shams-Eddin Kabashi on Sunday said that a committee has been formed to receive the headquarters and assets of the National Congress Party (NCP).

"A committee, entrusted with receiving the headquarters and assets of the NCP, has embarked on its tasks," Kabashi said. (Sudan-Bashir) Enditem

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