As monthlong flooding that has so far left 122 dead slowly subsides, officials and relief agencies were on Sunday concerned that a powerful typhoon approaching Vietnam may bring more heavy rain and the risk of more floods to provinces where tens of thousands of families have already been displaced. Thirteen people were killed by Typhoon Nari in the Philippines on the weekend and almost 50,000 more displaced before the storm moved north into the South China Sea, where it is expected to make landfall in Central Vietnam at 6 p.m. today, according to the U.S. Navy and Air Force Joint
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