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VIETNAM
RTXKS2Q
September 23, 2001
A child helps a young relative fall asleep in a shelter for flood refugees in the province of Dong Thap...
Dong Thap, Vietnam
A child helps a young relative fall asleep in a shelter for flood refugees in the province of Dong T.....
A child helps a young relative fall asleep in a shelter for flood refugees in the province of Dong Thap in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, September 22, 2001. The low-lying Delta has been hit by a second straight year of serious floods that have killed least 149 people in the past month and inundated the homes of more than half a million people. At least 134 of the dead have been children left to fend for themselves by parents who have to go out to work for a living. Local authorities have set up day care centres to try to limit the number of child casualties.
VIETNAM
RTXKS2P
September 23, 2001
An elderly woman negotiates a precarious bridge over floodwaters in the province of Dong Thap in Vietnam's...
Dong Thap, Vietnam
An elderly woman negotiates a precarious bridge over floodwaters in the province of Dong Thap in Vie.....
An elderly woman negotiates a precarious bridge over floodwaters in the province of Dong Thap in Vietnam's Mekong Delta, September on 22, 2001. The low-lying Delta has been hit by a second straight year of serious floods that haved killed least 149 people in the past month and inundated the homes of more than half a million people.
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTRN5JX
September 22, 2001
An elderly Vietnamese woman negotiates a precarious bridge over flood
waters in the province of Dong...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE WOMAN WALKS ON BRIDGE OVER FLOOD WATERS IN DONG THAP.
An elderly Vietnamese woman negotiates a precarious bridge over flood
waters in the province of Dong Thap in Vietnam's Mekong Delta,
September 22, 2001. The low-lying Delta has been hit by a second
straight year of serious floods that have killed least 149 people in
the past month and inundated the homes of more than half a million
people. REUTERS/Rathavary Duong

DB/PB
VIETNAM FLOODS
RTRLZ3H
August 26, 2001
A Vietnamese woman stands next to her flooded house in Tam Nong
district in the southern Mekong Delta...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
AN ELDERLY VIETNAMESE WOMAN STANDS NEXT TO HER HOUSE IN FLOOD WATERS IN
TAM NONG DISTRICT.
A Vietnamese woman stands next to her flooded house in Tam Nong
district in the southern Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap August 26,
2001. Floods in Vietnam's Mekong Delta and Central Highlands coffee
belt have killed at least 16 people in the past week, 13 of them
children, and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands, officials
said on August 28. Picture taken August 26, 2001.

HBM/CP
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8L1J
September 22, 2000
A Vietnamese woman sits on a tricycle stuck in the middle of a flooded road in Cao Lanh, capital town...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE WOMAN SITS ON TRICYCLE IN THE MIDDLE OF FLOODED STREET IN DONG THAP.
A Vietnamese woman sits on a tricycle stuck in the middle of a flooded road in Cao Lanh, capital town of Dong Thap province, September 22, 2000. The death toll from the worst floods to hit Vietnam's Mekong Delta for decades rose to 94 on September 24, 2000, but water levels were expected to peak and then start to recede in the next few days.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8L1B
September 22, 2000
Vietnamese soldiers help to build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE SOLDIERS HELP TO BUILD TEMPORARY DYKES TO PROTECT TOWN IN DONG THAP.
Vietnamese soldiers help to build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters, September 22, 2000. The death toll from the worst floods to hit Vietnam's Mekong Delta for decades rose to 94 on September 24, 2000, but water levels were expected to peak and then start to recede in the next few days.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8K3M
September 22, 2000
Vietnamese soldiers build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters,...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE SOLDIERS BUILD TEMPORARY DYKES TO PROTECT TOWN IN DONG THAP.
Vietnamese soldiers build temporary dykes to protect Hong Ngu town of Dong Thap province from floodwaters, September 22, 2000. Water levels in Vietnam's Mekong Delta appeared to be stabilising on Friday but the toll in the region's worst floods in decades rose to at least 66, mostly children.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8K3F
September 22, 2000
A Vietnamese old man takes his breakfast in a flooded noodle shop in Cao Lanh, capital town of Dong Thap...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
VIETNAMESE OLD MAN TAKES HIS BREAKFAST IN A FLOODED NOODLE SHOP IN DONG THAP.
A Vietnamese old man takes his breakfast in a flooded noodle shop in Cao Lanh, capital town of Dong Thap province, September 22, 2000. Water levels in Vietnam's Mekong Delta appeared to be stabilising on Friday but the toll in the region's worst floods in decades rose to at least 66, mostly children.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8K37
September 22, 2000
Two Vietnamese children sit on a boat on floodwaters in front of a billboard as it drizzles in Cao Lanh,...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
TWO VIETNAMESE CHILDREN SIT ON A BOAT AS IT DRIZZLES IN DONG THAP.
Two Vietnamese children sit on a boat on floodwaters in front of a billboard as it drizzles in Cao Lanh, capital town of Dong Thap province, September 22, 2000. Water levels in Vietnam's Mekong Delta appeared to be stabilising on Friday but the toll in the region's worst floods in decades rose to at least 66, mostly children.

HL
WEATHER VIETNAM FLOODS
RTR8I9R
September 21, 2000
A hairdresser cuts a girl's hair in a flooded shop in the Mekong Delta town of Cao Lanh, capital of Dong...
Dong Thap, Viet Nam - Socialist Republic of
HAIRDRESSER CUTS GIRL'S HAIR IN FLOODED SHOP IN DONG THAP.
A hairdresser cuts a girl's hair in a flooded shop in the Mekong Delta town of Cao Lanh, capital of Dong Thap province, September 21, 2000. The worst floods in Vietnam's Mekong Delta for decades swelled on Thursday and the death toll surged to at least 59, but aid agencies hope an end to the misery is in sight.

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