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South Korean Army soldiers and rescue team members search for missing people at the Imjin River in Yeoncheon, north of Seoul, South Korea, Sept. 8, 2009. South Korea rejected North Korea's explanation for a sudden, deadly release of dam water, causing flooding that left six South Koreans dead or missing. (AP Photo/Yonhap, Kim Do-yun)

(Bloomberg) — South Korea’s defense ministry says it is closely monitoring the water level at a North Korean dam near the border as heavy rainfall in the peninsula is raising fears that Pyongyang could discharge water and cause flooding in the South.

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