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People on a second-floor balcony help a woman who tries to reach the lower floor, partially buried in mud, to fetch belongings after a mudslide triggered by heavy rains in Zhouqu county in northwest China's Gansu province on Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. Rescuers searched Monday for an estimated 1,300 people left missing after rubble-strewn floodwaters tore through a remote corner of northwestern China, just one of a series of flood disasters across Asia that have plunged millions into misery. (AP Photo)

People on a second-floor balcony help a woman who tries to reach the lower floor, partially buried in mud, to fetch belongings after a mudslide triggered by heavy rains in Zhouqu county in northwest China's Gansu province on Monday, Aug. 9, 2010. Rescuers searched Monday for an estimated 1,300 people left missing after rubble-strewn floodwaters tore through a remote corner of northwestern China, just one of a series of flood disasters across Asia that have plunged millions into misery. (AP Photo)

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