North Korean villagers to repair flood damaged roads from Chongjing to Musan and Yonsa counties in North Hamyong province, North Korea on on September 8, 2016 Seoul (AFP) - Floods in North Korea that have left hundreds dead or missing are the "worst disaster" to hit the country since World War II, state media said on Wednesday.

Heavy rain has pounded North Korea, flooding buildings and farmland and forcing people and their livestock to take shelter on rooftops. GENEVA (Reuters) - Severe flooding in North Korea has killed at least 76 people with nearly the same number missing and thousands left homeless by the … August 25, 2017 North Korea’s Impending Perfect Storm By Martin Seitz. North Korea usually projects itself to the world as a fully functioning worker's paradise. Aid agencies say North Korea is facing a humanitarian disaster after flooding killed more than 130 people and displaced tens of thousands. According to Government reports, in North and South Hwanghae, 17,000 hectares of agricultural land has been impacted by the floods.

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In 2018, floods in the country may have killed at least 76 people while destroying hundreds of buildings. Floods and other natural disasters have hit North Korea in recent years. Damage from a typhoon which struck the DPRK’s North Hamgyong Province and other northern regions resulted in damage to 17180 houses, with 44,000 people made homeless North […] The floods, caused by more than 23in of rain in parts of the country, are believed to be the worst in a decade. North Korea now says floods last month killed close to 170 people and left 400 missing, as the UN prepares to send emergency food aid.

In 2018, floods in the country may have killed at least 76 people while destroying hundreds of buildings. But a recent admission of severe flooding in the hermit kingdom prove otherwise. Floods and other natural disasters have hit North Korea in recent years. South Korea is now considering whether to … Tens of thousands of North Koreans have lost their homes due to recent floods, according to a report from the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) published on Saturday.