Cambodia: ‘Climate Change’ Blamed as Flooding Continues

Voice of America: Flash floods, the worst to hit Cambodia since 2000, have killed at least 150 people in this Southeast Asian nation since August, the government said. “This flood is clearly the result of climate change.” As flooding continued in Cambodia on Thursday, a group of high-ranking officials said they blamed regional climate change and urged Cambodia to find a response. Authorities say at least 176 people have now died in flooding that began in August and has continued across the country. Nearly......

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