North Korea Flood Damage

<p>In this July 30, 2012 photo, a bridge supporting railway lines is destroyed after heavy rain in Onchon County, North Korea. The rain Sunday and Monday followed downpours earlier this month that killed nearly 90 people and left more than 60,000 homeless, officials said. The floods also come on the heels of a severe drought, fueling renewed food worries about a country that already struggles to feed its people.(AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)</p>

In this July 30, 2012 photo, a bridge supporting railway lines is destroyed after heavy rain in Onchon County, North Korea. The rain Sunday and Monday followed downpours earlier this month that killed nearly 90 people and left more than 60,000 homeless, officials said. The floods also come on the heels of a severe drought, fueling renewed food worries about a country that already struggles to feed its people.(AP Photo/Jon Chol Jin)


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