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More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province affected by flood

2010-06-29 14:40:05 GMT2010-06-29 22:40:05 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A villager ploughs on a field after flood in Huiyao Village of Jianyang, a city of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 28, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27. (Xinhua/Jiang Kehong)

Power supply workers repair electric cables in Jiangkou Town of Jianyang, a city of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 28, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27. (Xinhua/Jiang Kehong)

Hung out clothes are seen at a residence in Nanping, a city of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 29, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27. (Xinhua/Jiang Kehong)

Villagers help rescuers to cross river in Shunchang, a county of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 26, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27. (Xinhua/Jiang Kehong)

Villagers prepare food for rescuers in Xinqiao Town in Taining, a county of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 25, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27. (Xinhua/Jiang Kehong)

A villager ploughs on a field after flood in Huiyao Village of Jianyang, a city of southeast China's Fujian Province, June 28, 2010. More than 4 million residents of Fujian Province were affected by flood which caused 78 dead and 79 missing till June 27.

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