Flooding in southern China

Typhoon Utor hit the Guangdong province on 14 August, but since then the flooding has been getting worse.

Last Modified: 21 Aug 2013 08:53
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The worst floods in decades hit southern China's Guangdong and Guangxi province, killing at least 30 people, and forcing hundreds of thousands more to evacuate.

Typhoon Utor slammed into the region last week and the heavy rains that followed have brought more chaos to the region.


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