Over the past week, 17 people died across the Provinces of Guangxi and in Hunan (central China) following flood and landslide events.
Heavy rain, flooding and landslides have affected over 2 million people in the provinces of Hunan and Jiangxi in China after days of heavy rainfall.
Since 1 June, floods caused by heavy rainfall have been affecting Hunan Province (central China), leading to casualties. According to the official Chinese news agency (Xinhua), ten people have died, and three others are missing.
According to media reports, eight people have died in Fujian Province following a landslide event. In Yunnan Province, five people died and three others are missing due to severe weather-related incidents. Furthermore, in the Guangxi region two people died due to floods.