Fri, August 06, 2010
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Water level on Yalu River dangerously high

2010-08-06 13:49:55 GMT2010-08-06 21:49:55 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A man paddles a boat along the flood boundary in a tributary of Yalu River in the Chinese border city of Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010. Water level on the river which divides China from Democratic People's Republic of Korea is dangerously high, Xinhua reported on Friday. [Photo/Agencies]

A resident paddles on a tyre as he fishes in a tributary of Yalu River in Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010.[Photo/Agencies]

A man looks at the rising water level of Yalu River in a rain in Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010. [Photo/Agencies]

A woman walks next to a Chinese People's Volunteer Army statue on the bank of Yalu River in Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010. [Photo/Agencies]

A motorboat speeds past a flooded pleasure boat pier in the rising waters of the Yalu River in Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010.[Photo/Agencies]

A man paddles a boat along the flood boundary in a tributary of Yalu River in the Chinese border city of Dandong, Northeast China's Liaoning province August 6, 2010. Water level on the river which divides China from Democratic People's Republic of Korea is dangerously high, Xinhua reported on Friday.

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