Floods affect 1.6 mln Cambodians, Oxfam says outlook grim

AlertNet: Severe floods in impoverished Cambodia have killed 247 people, disrupted the lives of 1.6 million - more than one in 10 people - and affected three-quarters of the country, a United Nations' report says. Flooding along the Mekong and other key rivers over the past two months has raised fears of food shortages and increased personal debt after more than 10 percent of the rice crop was destroyed. This has left thousands of families without an income in a country of 14.7 million where close to......

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