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Over 3,300 Red Cross volunteers in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) are providing clean drinking water and relief supplies to people affected by severe flooding and landslides across the country.
By Manish Tewani, Pyongyang Kim Myong Ok’s eyes tear up as she declares: “I got a second life thanks to the Red Cross.” Visibly emotional, she recounts her close brush with death during the dramatic floods that have ravaged large parts of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) this week. The government says nearly 120 people have lost their lives so far, and tens of thousands are now...
With moist eyes, 74 year-old Sin Yong Hui, smiles in appreciation at the bag of maize that she receives from the Red Cross Society of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea distribution team.
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