Record rain leaves at least 7 dead in South Korea capital

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At least seven people died in the South Korean capital of Seoul and metropolitan area overnight, authorities said on Tuesday (Aug 9), after torrential rain knocked out power and left roads and subways submerged.
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Record rain leaves at least 7 dead in South Korean capital

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