China: Survivors still grieving a year after devastating floods

Many of the survivors say they were given no warning when the river was about to break its banks.

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    People in northeast China still have serious grievances a year after floods killed at least 150 people.

    Many of the survivors say they were given no warning when the river was about to break its banks.

    Al Jazeera's Robert McBride reports from Hebei, China.


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