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Typhoon Nari Slams South Korea

Photo: Typhoon Nari is seen in a satellite image released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on September 16, 2007. REUTERS/NOAA/Handout

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South Korea
SEOUL, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Six South Koreans died and four were missing in South Korea on Sunday after a typhoon hit the country's southern coast, an official from the government emergency agency said.

He said the death toll may rise and South Korea's Yonhap news agency was already reporting 10 people confirmed dead and six reported missing because of the typhoon.

Local television stations were showing images of overturned trucks and uprooted trees in areas hit by the typhoon.
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