Landslides, triggered by heavy rain, have killed at least 35 people in Indonesia.
The landslides on Central Java – one of Indonesia's main islands – have buried scores of houses, and thousands more have been damaged by flooding.
At least 25 people are still reported missing in the worst-hit area of Purworejo.
June is normally drier in the region. The Indonesian Disaster Management Agency says the weather anomaly has been caused by warmer ocean temperatures and a big flow of moist air from the Indian Ocean.