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Families of mainland victims mourn in Taiwan

2010-10-28 01:57:26 GMT2010-10-28 09:57:26 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

A relative of a victim from a bus carrying tourists from the Chinese mainland hit by a landslide during Typhoon Megi, offer incense paper at the scene of the accident on Suao-Hualien Highway in Taiwan Oct 27, 2010. The families of the 19 missing mainland tourists arrived in Taiwan on Monday night. The mudslide killed nine people with about 26 people still missing. [Photo/Agencies]

Rescuers search for survivors from a bus carrying tourists from the Chinese mainland hit by a landslide during Typhoon Megi, at the scene of the accident on Taiwan's Highway No 9 in north eastern Taiwan Oct 25, 2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

Relatives of victims from a bus carrying tourists from the Chinese mainland hit by a landslide during Typhoon Megi, offer incense paper at the scene of the accident on Suao-Hualien Highway in Taiwan Oct 27, 2010. [Photo/CFP]

A relative of a victim from a bus carrying tourists from the Chinese mainland hit by a landslide during Typhoon Megi, offer incense paper at the scene of the accident on Suao-Hualien Highway in Taiwan Oct 27, 2010. The families of the 19 missing mainland tourists arrived in Taiwan on Monday night. The mudslide killed nine people with about 26 people still missing.

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