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China cities declare rain 'red alerts' as flood death toll hits 21

Floodwaters rose to 3.5 meters (11.4 feet) in Hubei province’s Liulin township. Latest deaths add to more than 300 people killed in flooding last month in Henan province. China regularly suffers seasonal flooding, but this year has been particularly severe. Direct losses from this summer's flooding are estimated at more than $14 billion.
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Fresh flooding in central China kills another 21 people

China News: BEIJING: Flooding in central China continued to cause havoc in both cities and rural areas, with authorities saying Friday that another 21 people had .

4 months ago|Mumbai, India
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Torrential rain lashes central China, leaving 21 dead

Hundreds of homes destroyed and almost 6,000 people evacuated amid power cuts and landslides in Hubei provinceAt least 21 people died as heavy downpours struck central China’s Hubei province, authorities said today, weeks after record floods wreaked havoc and killed hundreds in a neighbouring province.China has been battered by unprecedented rains in recent months, extreme weather that experts say is increasingly common due to global warming.Con…

4 months ago|London, United Kingdom
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China cities declare rain 'red alerts' as flood death toll hits 21

SHANGHAI -Five cities in the central Chinese province of Hubei have declared "red alerts" after torrential rain left 21 people dead and forced the evacuation of nearly 6,000 people, state media reported. The deaths were recorded in the township of Liulin, part of the city of Suizhou in the north of the province. More than 2,700 houses and shops suffered flood damage and power,

4 months ago|United Kingdom
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21 Killed, 4 Missing as Heavy Rain Hits Central China: Officials

M Varma Beijing: At least 21 people were killed and four others remained missing as heavy rain lashed a township in central China's Hubei Province, local authorities said on Friday.

4 months ago|India
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Fresh flooding in central China kills another 21 people

Flooding in central China continued to cause havoc in both cities and rural areas, with authorities saying Friday that another 21 people had been killed and another four were missing.

4 months ago|Toronto, Canada
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21 dead as rain batters China

At least 21 people died as heavy downpours struck central China’s Hubei province, authorities said on Friday, weeks after record floods wreaked havoc and killed hundreds in a neighbouring province.Chi

4 months ago|India
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21 Dead, Over 6,000 Evacuated As Heavy Rainfall Batters Central China

At least 21 people died as heavy downpours struck central China's Hubei province, authorities said Friday, weeks after record floods wreaked havoc and killed hundreds in a neighbouring province.

4 months ago|New Delhi, India
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Fresh flooding in central China kills another 21 people

Flooding in central China continues to cause havoc in both cities and rural areas

4 months ago|United States
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Fresh flooding in central China kills another 21 people

Flooding in central China has continued to cause havoc in cities and rural areas, with authorities saying another 21 people had been killed and another four were missing.

4 months ago|Ireland
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21 killed, 4 missing as heavy rain hits central China: Officials

The Liulin Township in Suixian County saw the total precipitation reaching 503 mm from Wednesday to Thursday, causing an average waterlogging depth of 3.5 meters, officials said.

4 months ago|New Delhi, India
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