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China > Mainland > Rain triggers mudslides in NW China

Zhouqu county before mudslide

2010-08-09 08:57:00 GMT2010-08-09 16:57:00 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

A bird-eye view of Zhouqu county in Northwest China's Gansu province before it was flattened by a rain-triggered mudslide on Sunday morning, which killed at least 127 people and left 1,294 others missing. [File photo/chinanews.com.cn]

A bird-eye view of Zhouqu county in Northwest China's Gansu province before it was flattened by a rain-triggered mudslide on Sunday morning, which killed at least 127 people and left 1,294 others missing. [File photo/chinanews.com.cn]

Natural scenery of Zhouqu county in Northwest China's Gansu province before it was flattened by a rain-triggered mudslide on Sunday morning, which killed at least 127 people and left 1,294 others missing. [File photo/chinanews.com.cn]

A rain-triggered mudslide buries houses and vehicles in Zhouqu county of Northwest China's Gansu province on Sunday morning, killing at least 127 people and leaving 1,294 others missing. [Photo/Xinhua]

Zhouqu county in Northwest China's Gansu province was flattened by a rain-triggered mudslide on Sunday morning, which killed at least 127 people and left 1,294 others missing.

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