South Korea: Eight dead as floods submerge streets of Seoul

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At least eight people have died after South Korea's capital was hit by heavy rains and flooding.
Some areas were hit by the highest rate of rainfall in 80 years, according to Korea's meteorological agency.
The downpours caused power cuts across the city and swept cars through the streets.
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