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Heavy rains lashed a remote section of northwestern China as the death toll from weekend flooding that triggered massive landslides jumped to 1,117, although the fading hopes of rescuers got a boost late Wednesday when a survivor was found in the debris.
Major rivers burst their banks in southern China, triggering massive floods that have killed 132 people and forced 860,000 to flee their homes, the government said Sunday. With dozens missing and more storms forecast, the death toll was expected to rise.
CHENGDU, China (AP) — A powerful aftershock destroyed tens of thousands of homes in central China today, killing two people and straining recovery efforts from the country's worst earthquake in three decades. More than 480 others were injured.