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Fighting Floodwaters
Since May, the southern area of China has been ravaged by heavy rainfalls causing massive flooding and triggering landslides. The affected region is the most developed in China and a major agricultural and manufacturing center
Nine Provinces Submerged

After being plagued with severe drought earlier this year, the southern part of China has been ravaged by heavy rainfall since May.

According to the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), from June 23-25 a new round of storms swept the southern part of the country including all nine provinces in the south. It was the 11th round of storms since May 5, said CMA.

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Averting Disaster
Following a surge of flood-triggered landslides in some regions in south China, on June 17 the Ministry of Land and Resources activated an emergency response program to combat geological disasters
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