Thai PM sounds Bangkok inundation warning

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Fears of flooding across the Thai capital have grown after the Thai prime minister  warned that parts of Bangkok could face inundation for up to a month and experts pinned the city’s fate on dykes along the Chao Phraya River. Yingluck Shinawatra says that central Bangkok could be swamped by up to 1.5 metres of water in some places if barriers broke and told residents to get their belongings up to high ground. “After assessing the situation, we expect floodwater to remain in Bangkok for around two weeks to one month before going into the sea,” she said on Wednesday. “However, the situation shouldn’t be serious as in other provinces. We shouldn’t face water as high as two or three…

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