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Duration2010/06/16 The torrential downpours over the past few days triggered floods which have left at least 35 people dead and 49 missing in hardest-hit Fujian, Sichuan and Guangxi provinces
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  • Reuters AlertNet 2010/06/26
    Persistent heavy rains and devastating floods in South China have so far left at least 379 people dead, state media and government agencies said.
  • 2010/06/23
    More than 1,000 people have been rescued from rushing flood waters in eastern China after a dyke burst on the Fu river in Jiangxi province. Devastating floods have already killed 199 people and left another 123 missing.
  • Xinhua English 2010/06/21
    Persistent rain in ten regions of south China has left 175 people dead and 107 missing by 8 a.m. June 21.
  • Xinhua English 2010/06/20
    As of Sunday morning (20 June), mud flows and floods triggered by the intense rainstorms that began in mid-June had left 132 people dead and 86 missing in south China\\\'s nine provinces and regions, including Guangxi, Fujian, and Jiangxi
  • Xinhua English 2010/06/19
    As of 10:00 a.m. 19 June, downpours that began pounding southern China Sunday had left 88 people dead, 48 missing, and forced the evacuation of 757,000 residents from their homes,
  • Xinhua English 2010/06/17
    Flooding and landslides triggered by recent heavy rain have killed at least 42 people as of 16 June 2010 in the worst hit provinces like Guangxi, Fujian and Sichuan, while 49 others are still missing.
  • Xinhua English 2010/06/16
    109,000 residents have been evacuated from their homes in the southern provinces
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