Fox News Flash top headlines for August 13 Nearly 200 people have died and more than 400,000 people have been forced to flee their homes following days of torrential rain that triggered catastrophic flooding and mudslides in southern India . The death toll, which is likely to increase as rescue workers sift through debris, reached at least 147 on Sunday, Reuters reported, citing state officials. On Monday, reports said up to 165 people had been killed, according to SkyNews . MONSOON, FLASH FLOODING KILLS AT LEAST 47 IN NEPAL, DOZENS MISSING Heavy rain and landslides ravaged the state of Kerala, the worst-hit area, where the death toll rose to at least 57 over the weekend, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said. More than 165,000 people in the state left their homes to be relocated in one of the 1,111 relief camps. A flooded area of Malappuram district, Kerala as seen from an Indian Navy helicopter Sunday. “Several houses are still covered under 10-12 feet deep mud. This is hampering rescue work,” Vijayan said, according to […]