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Duration 2003/09/03 Typhoon Dujuan slammed into the southern Chinese coastal city of Shenzhen, killing at least 20 people and causing extensive damage to parts of the country's showcase economic development zone. Country or District China Name Typhoon
Headline(Source, Date) Personal Injury Material Damage Others CNN news 2003/09/04 Dead: at least 86 people
Missing: many people
BBC News 2003/09/04 Death: At least 32 people
Shenzhen province had incurred losses of around 2bn yuan ($241m).
- CNN news 2003/09/04
Floods, landslides and the strongest typhoon to hit in a quarter of a century have killed at least 86 people in China with many others still missing.
- Yahoo asia News 2003/09/08
Half-Million Evacuated in China Flooding
- BBC News 2003/09/04
At least 32 people have been killed and about 1,000 injured in southern China by Typhoon Dujuan.
- BBC News 2003/09/03
At least 23 people have been killed and 100 injured after Typhoon Dujuan struck southern China.
- Yahoo asia News 2003/09/03
Storm Kills at Least 20 in Southern China
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- BBC news 2003/09/03
In Pictures: Typhoon Dujuan