Floods, landslides in Vietnam kill 37 people, thousands evacuated


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  • Thursday, 12 Oct 2017

HANOI (Reuters) - Floods caused by a tropical depression in Vietnam killed 37 people, one of the highest death tolls recorded in the country from flooding, the disaster prevention agency said on Thursday.

Forty people were missing and 21 others were injured after rains caused landslides and flooding, mostly in northern and central Vietnam.

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