Floods in Cambodia kill more than 100: Official
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) - A Cambodian disaster relief official says at least 104 people have died in recent floods caused by heavy rains and the Mekong River overflowing its banks.
Disaster management committee spokesman Keo Vy said on Wednesday that floods in the past several weeks have affected some 1.5 million people in 17 of the country's 24 provinces.
He warned that more floods still threaten the country.
The Cambodian Red Cross says more than 21,700 families have left their homes due to flooding.