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South Korea evacuates scouts from jamboree as typhoon approaches


Scouts pack up and leave in buses in Buan-gun as organisers of the World Scout Jamboree asked host South Korea Monday to "urgently" evacuate tens of thousands of children from their campsite ahead of a typhoon, just days after a heatwave caused mass scout illnesses. IMAGES

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