Flood in Korea, Dem P Rep


Korea, Dem P Rep
Fri, 06/08/2010

North Korea state-run news agency says heavy rains have caused great damage to the country?s economy and unspecified human losses. The report said more than 5,500 houses and more than 350 public buildings have been destroyed, while almost 15,000 hectares of farmland is submerged.

Source: glidenumber

The report did not say how many people have been killed or injured. But China's state-run Xinhua agency reported Wednesday that flooding in Jilin province, which borders North Korea, has killed more than 70 people and forced the evacuation of close to 800,000.

The North Korean agency said the government has put emergency relief procedures in place as weather officials predict more rain in the coming days.

Source: VOA News

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