China says waters on North Korean border surge

Reuters: Water levels on the two main rivers which divide China from North Korea are dangerously high, state media said on Wednesday, augering potentially devastating floods for China's diplomatically isolated neighbor. Flooding in the northeastern Chinese province of Jilin, which borders North Korea, has killed at least 74 people in the last two weeks and forced the evacuation of around 784,000 people, state news agency Xinhua said. The Yalu and Tumen rivers, which border ......

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