Patrick WinnOctober 13, 2013 00:02
BANGKOK — Flooding is a perennial pain in Cambodia, the low-lying, deeply impoverished nation squeezed between Thailand and Vietnam. About this time each year, rivers swell, lakes expand and villages sink beneath soupy brown waters. But this year’s flooding woes are proving particularly miserable. More than 100 are dead, roughly 850 square miles flooded and more than 60,000 evacuated from their homes.