Floods triggered by heavy rain in Thailand's southernmost provinces have started receding, reports said on Saturday.
In Yala's Raman district, the rain has stopped and the water level of Saiburi River has slightly dropped.
However, more than 100 households along the river are still affected by the flood disaster. The water has cut off access to the villages, causing transportation problems for the locals who now have to commute by boats.
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