Myanmar dam burst: Villages inundated by floodwater

A dam has collapsed in Myanmar - flooding villages and forcing thousands of people to flee.

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    Sixty-three thousand people have been displaced and rescue efforts are underway to reach thousands more who are stranded after a dam broke in Myanmar.

    Heavy monsoon rains in the Bago region caused the collapse.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports.


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