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A North Korean man cooks at a makeshift shelter set up in a riverbed in Songchon County, North Korea, on Monday. He and others from his village are working to rebuild the road and riverbank that was destroyed by July flooding. Floods killed at least 169 North Koreans nationwide and destroyed tens of thousands of homes. Corn, rice and soybean plants lay withered and stunted a month before harvesting season is set to begin.

associated press A North Korean man cooks at a makeshift shelter set up in a riverbed in Songchon County, North Korea, on Monday. He and others from his village are working to rebuild the road and riverbank that was destroyed by July flooding. Floods killed at least 169 North Koreans nationwide and destroyed tens of thousands of homes. Corn, rice and soybean plants lay withered and stunted a month before harvesting season is set to begin.

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