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New floods force displaced Thais to move again
New flooding forces displaced Thais to move again; Bangkok remains on alert
By The Associated Press

RANGSIT, Thailand (AP) ' Supanee Pansuwan says she has already moved four times since fast-rising floodwaters began swallowing her home in central Thailand a month ago. Now, as the murky waters threaten the shelter on the outskirts of Bangkok where she has lived for the past two weeks, she's being told to flee again.

Supanee's fears and confusion are shared by many, with the Thai capital of 9 million on edge for the past two weeks since floods began inundating areas north of the city.

More than 100,000 people have been left homeless nationwide since heavy monsoon rains began overpowering the country's network of rivers and canals, submerging an area roughly the size of the U.S. state of Connecticut.

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