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WEATHER CHINA FLOODS
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August 25, 2002
Two elderly Chinese use umbrellas to protect themselves from the sun as
they walk up a concrete embankment...
Yiyang, China - Peoples Republic of
TWO ELDERLY CHINESE USE UMBRELLAS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM THE SUN IN
YIYANG.
Two elderly Chinese use umbrellas to protect themselves from the sun as
they walk up a concrete embankment after flood waters receded more than
two metres on the Zijiang River, which is linked to nearby Dongting
Lake, in Yiyang in China's Hunan province August 25, 2002. China's
swollen Dongting Lake in the province, which had threatened to swamp
millions of homes, began receding on Sunday morning after a flood crest
borne down the Yangtze River passed through it, a flood control
official said. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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WEATHER CHINA FLOODS
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August 25, 2002
Chinese residents fish from an embankment bearing a high waterline mark
after flood waters receded more...
Yiyang, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE RESIDENTS FISH FROM AN EMBANKMENT BEARING A HIGH WATERLINE MARK
IN YIYANG.
Chinese residents fish from an embankment bearing a high waterline mark
after flood waters receded more than two metres on the Zijiang River,
which is linked to nearby Dongting Lake, in Yiyang in China's Hunan
province August 25, 2002. The swollen waters of Dongting Lake began
receding on Sunday after a flood crest borne down the Yangtze River
passed without gouging major breaches of dykes protecting millions of
home, glood control officials said. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

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