By Apornrath Phoonphongphiphat and Robert Birsel BANGKOK, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Peak tides tested Bangkok's flood defences on Sunday as hope rose the centre of the Thai capital might escape the worst floods in decades, but that was little comfort for swamped suburbs and provinces where worry about disease is growing. The floods have killed at least 381 people since July and affected more than 2 million. Authorities have slashed growth forecasts for Southeast Asia's second biggest economy ...
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