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35 provinces of Thailand on flash flood alert due to heavy rains

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Children play in a flooded street in Sena district, Ayutthaya province, about 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok Sep.r 12, 2011. Thailand is suffering from severe floods and mudslides after being hit by tropical storm "Nock-Ten", which have killed up to 82 people in northern region with 4 still missing, while lower-lying rice fields in central Thailand and Bangkok are bracing for another big flood, officials said on Monday.

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A resident carries her daughter as she walks through a flooded street in Sena district, Ayutthaya province, Sep. 12, 2011.

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Nataporn 7, watches television in his flooded home Sep. 12, 2011 Angthong, Thailand. Floods continue to ravage areas further south, with five people dying after a two-story apartment building sunk when a foundation collapsed due to rain and hillside runoff. The death toll continues to rise as 19 provinces remain affected by the annual rains.

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A worker (L) constructs a flood barrier along a flooded street in Sena district, Ayutthaya province, about 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok September 12, 2011. Thailand is suffering from severe floods and mudslides after being hit by tropical storm "Nock-Ten", which have killed up to 82 people in northern region with 4 still missing, while lower rice fields in central Thailand and Bangkok are bracing for another big flood, officials said on Monday.

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