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Seoul (AFP) July 11, 2011
Floods and landslides triggered by three days of torrential rain have left 13 South Koreans dead or missing, the emergency agency said Monday.
Ninety homes and thousands of hectares (acres) have been flooded since Friday, the National Emergency Management Agency said.
A spokesman said seven people were confirmed dead and one was missing due to landslides after rain hit the south of the country, while five others were missing in flash floods.
South Gyeongsang and Jeolla provinces in the south and Chungcheong in the centre have been hit by as much as 400 mm (16 inches) of rain since Friday.
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Four dead in rain-hit South Korea: report
Seoul (AFP) July 9, 2011
Floods and heavy rain left four people dead and two missing in South Korea, a news agency said Saturday, citing local officials who reported landslides across the country. A 68-year-old woman and her grandchildren aged 15 and four were killed when a landslide destroyed their home in the city of Miryang, 386 kilometres (240 miles) southeast of the capital Seoul, South Korea's Yonhap said. ... read more
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