Thai floods cause 200-km traffic tailback; death toll up to 25
More than 360,000 households, or about a million people, have been affected by the floods that have damaged homes and schools
BANGKOK, Jan 10 (Reuters) - Flash floods in southern Thailand washed out a bridge on the country's main north-south highway on Tuesday, backing up traffic for 200 km (125 miles) as the death toll from days of unseasonable rain rose to 25, media reported.
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