More than half a million people have been killed in the deadliest wave of water-borne terror in modern history, which has been blamed on the deadly summer flood in Thailand.
In total, more than 200,000 people have lost their lives, according to the country’s government.
Some of the deaths have been linked to the flooding, but others have been blamed more broadly on the government’s inaction in the wake of the floods.
Thailand has been plagued by flooding for more than a decade and authorities have struggled to control it since the beginning of the year.
A new report by the UN says that a huge water-related disaster is now “one of the world’s most severe disasters”.
But it says that while the government has been able to stem the flood, the country has been slow to act.
And it has been accused of failing to adequately address its environmental crisis.
The report warns that the country is on track to surpass its water-pollution targets for the year by 2020.
The water crisis has been the subject of an ongoing political battle between the ruling party, the United Front for Democracy and Development (UDF), and the opposition Social Democrats (SPD).
The party has been critical of the government for its failure to tackle the water crisis.
In a statement, the party called for the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
The UDF has been trying to win the support of the countrys ruling party and the political elite, and it has vowed to use all legal means to stop the flood.