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An earthquake measuring 4.9 on the Richter scale jolted southwest China's Yunnan Province at 11:21 a.m. Tuesday (Beijing Time), according to the China Earthquake Networks Center. The epicenter, with a depth of 10 km, was monitored at about 24.7 degrees north latitude and 99.2 degrees east longitude, the center said in a statement.
An excavator dismantles a building to restore traffic in a landslide-affected section of a road leading to quake-hit Luozehe Township, in Yiliang County, Zhaotong City, southweat China's Yunnan Province, Sept. 11, 2012. A heavy downpour has hit Yiliang early Tuesday morning, triggering floods to cut off roads and force thousands to evacuate. Landslide and mud-rock flows triggered by the rain also aggravated the disaster relief work in Yiliang, where multiple earthquakes have claimed 81 lives since Sept. 7.
A 3.7-magnitude aftershock that occurred in southwest China's Yunnan Province Saturday evening killed one person, the latest victim following multiple earthquakes that hit a mountainous area in the province on Sept. 7. The Ministry of Civil Affairs said Sunday that the quakes have killed 81 people in the city of Zhaotong.
Multiple quakes that jolted southwest China on Friday have caused direct economic losses of 3.69 billion yuan (581 million U.S. dollars) in Yunnan and Guizhou provinces, the Ministry of Civil Affairs said Saturday. Preliminary statistics collected as of 10 a.m. Saturday indicated that the quakes have left 80 people dead and 820 others injured in Yunnan, as well as forced the relocation of ...
A minor quake measuring 4.4 jolted southwest China's Yiliang county of Yunnan Province at 1:12 p.m. Friday Beijing Time, the fourth earthquake that occurred in a day in this region, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC). The epicenter, with a depth of about 14 km, was at 27.5 degrees north latitude and 104.0 degrees east longitude.
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President Hu Jintao and other top leaders Friday called for immediate efforts to help with disaster relief work in southwest China, where multiple earthquakes have killed at least 67 people. Hu, who is in Russia's city of Vladivostok for an annual economic leaders' meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, said authorities should work to ensure safety of lives and property in the quake zone.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao encourages a volunteer who takes part in the rescue in Yiliang County of Zhaotong, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Sept. 8, 2012. Wen reached mountainous Yiliang County, one of the worst-hit areas, around 1 a.m. Saturday. He spent a sleepless night visiting quake survivors and inspected relief efforts around 10:45 a.m. Saturday.
President Hu Jintao has called for immediate efforts to help with disaster relief work in southwest China, where multiple earthquakes that occurred on Friday have killed at least 50 people, according to China Central Television, or CCTV. Hu, who is in Russia's city of Vladivostok for an annual economic leaders' meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, said authorities ...
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Kindergarten teacher Wang Mei plays games with children in a temporary kindergarten which is in a newly-erected tent at a relocation site in Yiliang County, Zhaotong City, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Sept. 10, 2012. Tents have been erected in Yiliang County to function as temporary schools and kindergartens. Multiple earthquakes struck Yiliang County and neighboring areas in Yunnan Province on Friday, killing at least 81 people.
Zhu Yinquan may have been new to his teaching staff rostrum, but his heroic rescue of students from earthquake debris has won him recognition as a noble educator. Zhu, who made his name after multiple quakes struck southwest China's Yunnan Province and claimed 81 lives since Friday, is the principal and only teacher for all 22 students in a village school.
Daily necessities are basically available in the quake-hit areas in Yunnan Province, and instant noodles and bottled water are enough for seven days of use, the Ministry of Commerce said Sunday. Multiple earthquakes struck Yiliang county and neighboring areas in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday, killing at least 81 people.
Mobile phone services in quake-hit areas in southwest China's Yunnan Province have been basically restored, local authorities said Sunday. Zhao Ning, deputy director of the provincial telecom regulatory bureau, said phone services are almost back to normal following the repair of telecommunications facilities belonging to service providers China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
China is pouring aid into a mountainous area in Yunnan Province after multiple earthquakes on Friday had killed 80 people and injured more than 800 others. More than 11,000 tents, 8,500 quilts, 6,000 coats and other relief materials including bottled water and rice have been delivered to the hardest-hit Yiliang County in Zhaotong City, and more are on the way, the rescue headquarter said Saturday.
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The prevention of endemic diseases has become the most urgent issue in the quake-affected streets and villages in Yiliang county, Yunnan province, as the search for survivors draws close to an end. With temperatures reaching 35 C and humidity very high, the risk of endemic diseases, including diarrhea, flu and mosquito-borne viruses, are increasing, warns Zhao Yuanjun, deputy director of the health bureau of Yiliang county.
A military vehicle disinfect a road in the quake-hit Luozehe Town of Yiliang County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Sept. 9, 2012. Soldiers of an anti-chemical regiment of the Chinese People's Liberation Army have entered Luozehe and carried out a task of epidemic prevention, following a 5.7 magnitude earthquake that hit the region on Sept. 7.
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-- China's central government has allocated 750 million yuan (118.3 million U.S. dollars) for quake relief and reconstruction efforts in southwestern province of Yunnan, according to an announcement from the Ministry of Civil Affairs on Tuesday. Another 30 million yuan was given to neighboring Guizhou Province, which was also affected by the quakes on Friday.
The All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU) announced Tuesday that it has donated 3 million yuan (473,186 U.S. dollars) to quake-hit Yunnan and Guizhou provinces in southwest China for workers' life assistance. The ACFTU ordered local trade unions to offer their condolences to workers affected by the quakes, as well as help them to move on with their lives and resume production following the disasters.
China's top economic planner said Monday it will earmark 100 million yuan (15.78 million U.S. dollars) to support disaster relief efforts and reconstruction after earthquakes in southwestern Yunnan Province left 81 people dead. The National Development and Reform Commission said the money will be used to repair water pipelines and roads and other crucial projects in quake-hit regions, as well as the reconstruction ...
Chinese are opening their hearts and their wallets for earthquake victims in Yiliang county, Southwest China's Yunnan province. The county has received 108.81 million yuan ($17.16 million) in cash donations as of 5 pm on Monday, said a media officer surnamed Liu from the county information office.
Officers and soldiers of PLA Chengdu Military Area Command load quake-relief materials at an airport in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Sept. 9, 2012. Multiple earthquakes struck Yiliang County and neighboring areas in southwest China's Yunnan Province on Friday, killing at least 81 people. The PLA Chengdu Military Area Command has bridged an air lifeline, sending 13 tons of quake-relief materials and transfering three severely wounded people so far.
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