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Saturday, July 30, 2011
Tropical storm Nock-Ten began bearing down on the southern Chinese rubber-producing island of Hainan on Friday, forcing the cancellation of dozens of flights, ferries and rail services, state media reported.
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
A clash at a police station that left at least four people dead in western China's restive Xinjiang region was "a terrorist attack," a government official said on Tuesday, but an exile Uighur group accused police of firing on peaceful protesters.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Weather leaves more than 400 dead or missing since June
More than 460 people have died or gone missing in China since June, after extreme summer weather triggered huge floods and deadly landslides, government authorities said.
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Rescuers in southwest China have called off their search for 21 coal miners trapped underground by a flood two weeks ago, saying the workers were "very unlikely to be alive," state media said Sunday.
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