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Residents Evacuated as Typhoon Megi Draws Near
Soldiers evacuate the residents as Typhoon Megi, possibly the strongest to hit China this year, draws near, in Zhongshan, south China's Guangdong Province, Oct. 21, 2010. The typhoon is forecast to land somewhere between Huilai in south China's Guangdong Province and Xiamen of Fujian Province on Saturday.
Over 4,000 Dead or Missing in Floods This Year
Floods caused by torrential rains and tropical cyclones have left at least 3,222 people killed and 1,003 others missing across China in the first eleven months of this year, government statistics released Tuesday show.
·Flood Control Policy Shifts to Smaller Rivers
·Over 200 Typhoon-stranded Mainland Tourists Still in Danger in Taiwan
·Central Gov't Allocates New Relief Fund for Flood-hit Hainan
·Passenger Trains Suspended as Typhoon Megi Approaches
·China's Trade Unions Donate 1 Mln Yuan to Workers in Flood-ravaged Hainan
·Hainan Waits for a Rainbow to Appear
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Previous Years' Reports
Fighting China's Floods 2009
Fighting China's Floods 2008
Fighting China's Floods 2007
Fighting China's Floods 2006
·Red Cross Society of China
·China Charity Federation
·China Meteorological Administration
·Ministry of Water Resources

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