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Sorrow in the air after NW China landslide

Frantic search for signs of life after landslide

Floods kill 1,072 this year in China

Floods, landslides leave 19 dead, 20 missing in west China

Floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains have left 19 people dead, 20 missing and thousands trapped in parts of west China, apart from the Zhouqu mudslides that killed more than 1,000, local authorities said Friday.

Rain forecast for mudslide-hit area fuels worries

Heavy rain forecast for the coming days is threatening to swell an unstable lake trapped behind a barrier of mud and debris, endangering aid to local residents. Fresh downpours, floods kill 8 in Gansu
Toll climbs to 1,117  What caused mudslide 
Mental trauma haunts survivors

Search continues as death toll rises to 702

The death toll from a massive rain-triggered mudslide in Zhouqu County of northwest China's Gansu Province has risen to 702 as of Tuesday afternoon, with 1,042 others still missing, local civil affairs authorities told a news conference.
Rescue, relief under way Woman saved after 36 hrs
More rains to hit Zhouqu county Sorrow in the air  
Wen inspects Zhouqu How you can help Slide

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Floods affect more than 6 million people in NE China

Floods have left 85 people dead and 67 others missing in northeast China's Jilin Province since June, when the flood season began, the provincial flood control authorities and civil affairs department announced.

Woman saved after 36 hours from debris

Rescuers searching for survivors in this mudslide-flattened Northwest China county were spurred on Monday when a 71-year-old woman was pulled alive from the debris and rubble.

Research center will help prepare for disasters

16 dead in Sichuan mudslides

Geological disasters spike this year

Overseas Chinese mourn Gansu mudslide victims

Int'l community continues condoling with China on landslide

Death toll from Zhouqu mudslide rises to 1,156

Condolences pour in from world over

More than 1,100 volunteers helping


'After disaster, life continues'

Tuesday was our third day in the disaster area. The sadness on people's faces was fading into blank expressions of numbness. While an overwhelming sense of death and sorrow hung in the air, life carried on, as some food stores, banks and even a stationer reopened for business.

Risk of disease growing in mudslide-stricken region

Insufficient drinking water and toilets, weak infrastructure and crowded living conditions are increasing the possibility of an outbreak of infectious diseases after a major mudslide in Zhouqu. How to help 702 killed 'I could hear the mud roar'

Floods, landslides leave 19 dead, 20 missing in west China

Without bodies, 'I can only set tombstones'

Survivors suffer from mental trauma

Old man loses 11 family members

Sorrow in the air one day after avalanche

Search continues as death toll rises to 337

'You can just tell it is a person'

Landslide claims 127 in NW China's Gansu

Relief Efforts

Controlled blasts reduce surging lake water levels

Engineers and workers battled on Tuesday to drain an unstable lake created by the country's deadliest landslide in six decades

Every student in mudslide-hit area to have new books

Every student in Zhouqu to have new textbooks

China repairs new wound with experience from Wenchuan, Yushu

Social order in mudslide-hit Zhouqu stable

Hurried cleanup begins before more rain falls

Gov't ensures resettlement for mudslide-affected people

Man saved 60 hours after landslide

Woman saved after 36 hours from debris

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Vegetable market opens in Zhouqu

Residents mourn the deceased in mudslide-hit Zhouqu

Hoping for a miracle amid the rubble

Personal items lie amid muddy ruins

Controlled blasts reduce surging lake water levels

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