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Duration2005/07/06 Devastating floods triggered by days of torrential rains in the China's southern province of Sichuan have killed 37 people so far and forced more than 428,000 to flee their homes, officials said.
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  • Chinadaily 2005/07/11
    Sixty-five people have been killed and 30 are missing following flooding in southwest China's Sichuan province since late last month.
  • Xinhua 2005/07/11
    Thirty-seven people in Sichuan Province have been killed after days of torrential rain affected 7.22 million people in 21 counties, sources from the Ministry of Civil Affairs said yesterday.
  • BBC News 2005/07/10
    Devastating floods in southern China have killed at least 29 people and forced more than 250,000 people to flee their homes, officials say.
    Flood waters swept through the south-western city of Dazhou, where thousands of homes collapsed. At least seven people are missing.
  • Xinhua 2005/07/10
    Heavy rains and ensuing flooding since July 6 have left 22 people dead and four others missing in Dazhou City of southwest China's Sichuan Province, local government said on Sunday.
  • Xinhua 2005/07/09
    The flood following heavy torrential rains since Wednesday has left nine people dead and six others missing in Dazhou, a city in the northeastern part of Sichuan Province, the local government said Friday.
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