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Asia-Pelosi-Coree-du-Nord: Pyongyang condemns the remarks made by Pelosi in South Korea © Reuters/Issei Kato Pyongyang condemns the remarks made by Pelosi in Pelosi South Korea Seoul (Reuters) - North Korea condemned on Saturday the remarks made by the president of the American House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, during her visit to South Korea.
at least nine people have died and seven others remain missing in South Korea after recorded precipitation flooded major roads, metro stations and houses , the authorities announced on Wednesday. © Reuters/Kim Hong-ji
at least nine people died and seven others remain missing in South Korea after recorded precipitation flooded major roads, metro stations and houses, authorities announced on Wednesday . The rains, which started on Monday, are the strongest since the first weather observations , 115 years ago, according to President Yoon Suk-Yeol, who apologized for "inconveniences". Images circulated earlier this week on social networks showing people playing in water arriving at the waist and overflowing metro stations. The upper neighborhood of Seoul Gangnam was particularly affected, with half submerged cars. "There are a total of 16 victims, including nine dead and seven missing," said an official of the Ministry of the Interior questioned by AFP.
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The country is ready to help Russian troops in Ukraine. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin North Korea can militarily help Vladimir Putin troops by sending 100,000 men to Ukraine. While the war between the two neighboring countries has lasted for more than five months now, Colonel Igor Korotchenko indicates that Russia should accept the help offered by their allies.
Video: Floods in South Korea: at least seven dead and seven missing (Dailymotion)
in total, nearly 600 people were affected, he added, many being forced to leave their homes. Among the nine victims, three died while they were stuck in their flooded apartment in half-sous-ground ("banjiha"), according to the ministry. According to local media, he is a teenager, his mother and aunt. Another person is dead by moving a tree that fell on the sidewalk, possibly by electrocution.
A landslide buried the house of another victim in the mountain province of Gangwon. President Yoon, who went to the Banjiha apartment on Tuesday, admitted that the South Koreans had "undergone a lot of damage" and asked, during a government meeting, to take care of the most disadvantaged . "People with financial or physical difficulties are necessarily more vulnerable to natural disasters," he said. According to the latest Gallup Korea survey, Mr. Yoon's popularity rating has dropped only 24% since he entered in May. He is criticized for not going to the government's emergency control center when the rain started to fall. According to local media, his absence was due to a flood around his house, but his services denied this explanation, ensuring that he had decided to stay with him because his team already had the situation in hand.
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