Another 29 people have died, as yet another wave of flooding has hit Vietnam the latest in a string of flooding events that have claimed more than 220 lives in all since early October.
Heavy rains over the course of four days caused rivers in the country's lowlands and Central Highlands to flood during this latest event, according to UPI.
Tens of thousands have evacuated, crop damage is extensive, and food reserves are dwindling in some areas.
The U.S. government has pledged $1 million to aid in the response.
The United Nations has predicted that extreme weather, including severe flooding, will become more common as the global climate warms.
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