The death toll from severe flooding and landslides that struck the Indonesian capital Jakarta over the New Year rose to 53, the state-run disaster management authority said Saturday.

“The number of victims of floods and landslides that hit Jakarta, Banten and West Java has increased,” the Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency (BNDP) said in a written statement.

The agency also said that one person was still missing, adding that the new casualties had been in the Lebak region on Java island and the town of Bogor south of Jakarta.

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