Severe flooding continues in Southeast Asia Natural Disasters
Unusually heavy monsoon rains continue to devastate the country's south-east Asia in November 2011. Lands remain submerged for weeks, and in some places — for months. Local authorities said that in Cambodia have killed more than 250 people, and in Vietnam — about 100, including many children drowned. In Thailand, the death toll exceeded 550, and the number of victims is 5 million. The capital Bangkok is still in a state of emergency.