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Rain stops in Vietnam but flood toll rises to 92

HANOI, Vietnam – Pumps ran nonstop in the Vietnamese capital Wednesday to clear water following the city’s worst rainfall in 35 years, in storms that sparked flooding across large sections of the country and left 92 people dead. Life in metropolitan Hanoi was slowly returning to normal after a halt in the rains, with floodwaters receding and residents cleaning up their homes. Full Story

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