Weather slows Ethiopian flood relief
Many pastoral people are refusing to leave their cattle making rescue efforts more difficult.
At least 364 people were killed when the Omo River flowed over its banks on August 13.
Ethiopian Army soldiers prepare to bring help to residents on 18 August 2006. Heavy rain, swirling waters, mud, silt and marsh combined to slow relief efforts, officials said.AFP/File/Abraham Fisseha photo via Yahoo News.