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Typhoon Noru brings flash floods – 16 dead

Publication date 28 September 2022 | 09:38 | ICT

An official warned that that the 16th typhoon of the season, Noru, had brought heavy rains to areas the Mekong River and flooded thousands of homes in the provinces bordering Thailand.

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