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Duration 2016/06/30 Heavy rain has left at least 128 people dead and 42 others missing, forcing the evacuation of more than 1.34 million people, mostly along the Yangtze River and its tributaries in China. Country or District China Name Flood
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- UNOCHA 2016/08/01
Since the end of June, floods - triggered by heavy rains, Typhoon Nepartak and other severe weather – have affected 243 million people across 20 provinces. As of 28 July, 417 flood-related deaths had been recorded, with 162 people still missing.
- Xinhua 2016/07/08
At least 35 people died in a landslide in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region early on 6 July 2016.
- Xinhua 2016/07/06
Rain since June 30 has led to the collapse of 41,000 houses. The rain has destroyed 295,200 hectares of crops. Floods and landslides are also affecting telecommunication and electricity facilities, halting or delaying traffic in some regions.
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