The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua
The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua
North Korea

At least 133 dead, hundreds missing as North Korea copes with ‘worst flood in decades’

Meanwhile, major state resources are being swallowed up by a missile and nuclear weapons programme which Pyongyang says is essential to deter US aggression

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The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua
The flooded Tumen River (pictured last month) in northeast China's Jilin Province that borders North Korea. Some 107,000 North Koreans have been forced to flee their homes in the area along the river. File photo: Xinhua
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