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Typhoon death toll hits 255 in China

September 25, 2018
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The death toll from the strongest typhoon to hit China in half acentury has risen to 255. About 140 people are still missing. – (The Age — 15 August, 2006)
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China’s death toll from Typhoon Saomai rose to 319 after dozens more bodies were found in a hard-hit southern city, the official Xinhua News Agency said Wednesday. (CNN — 16 August, 2006)
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Officials and state media in China say rescuers have recovered the bodies of more than 100 drowned fishermen bringing the number of dead and missing from Typhoon Saomai in the country to over 400 (ABC News — 15 August, 2006)
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Chinese soldiers have been ordered to spearhead a massive cleanup of the typhoon-battered southern region following the strongest storm to hit China in more than five decades. (CNN — 14 August, 2006)
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BEIJING, Aug. 10 — Typhoon Saomai, the strongest typhoon to hit China in 50 years, slammed into the country’s southeast coast on Thursday with 135 mph winds, crushing hundreds of houses and flooding thousands of acres of rice fields, Chinese officials and state media said. More than 1.5 million… (Washington Post — 58 minutes ago)
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At least 18m people have been affected by China’s worst drought in 50 years, the state news agency reports. (BBC News — 16 hours ago)
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