China Announces Emergency Response After Landslides Kill 26 in Yunnan

Xinhua reports on the latest deadly natural disaster to hit China:

China initiated a level three emergency response on Monday after rain-triggered killed at least 26 people in southwestern Province.

Continuous downpours in and south of the Yangtze River since Friday have caused floods, landslides and mud-rock flows in the worst-hit Yunnan Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

More than 411,000 people in 13 counties and cities of Yunnan have been affected, according to statistics of the Office of State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters. In Guangxi, more than 847,000 people were affected, with at least eight dead.

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