Many dead in S Korea as flash floods trap 15 vehicles in tunnel Al Jazeera EnglishSouth Korea landslides, floods leave more than 20 dead ReutersMore than 26 dead and thousands evacuated in South Korea due to torrential rain and landslides CNNDeadly Flooding, Landslides Hit South Korea | VOA News Voice of AmericaLandslides and floods leave at least 22 dead
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Floods and landslides have submerged roads and homes across South Korea in recent days.
After fleeing the island in 1961, he became one of the leading voices of opposition against the country’s Communist dictatorship.
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The renowned architect was back in Toronto for the start of construction on his second project in the city where he was born and raised.
John Kerry travels to Beijing for three days of talks, as the world’s two biggest economies, and two biggest polluters, try to cooperate on climate action.
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