Pyongyang_ At least 133 people died in the floods in North Korea, while other 395 remain missing, CubaSí publishes.

In total, 107 thousand people were displaced. The catastrophe took place in the county of North Hamgyong, where the persistent rains caused the overflow of the Tumen River.

This Monday all Korean newspapers published a call of the Works’ Party to the population to participate in the campaign of management of the disaster.

According to local sources, this catastrophe is the natural biggest disaster since 1945. Dozens of thousands of houses and public buildings were destroyed, while the transportation and local infrastructures systems were very affected.

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