epa02280643 A woman mourns her missing relatives in the mudslide-hit Zhouqu County of Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture,northwest China's Gansu province 10 August 2010. The death toll rose to 337 with more than 1,000 people still missing after floods and landslides engulfed villages in north-western China. Soldiers and volunteers searched debris for survivors in Zhouqu county, Gansu province, two days after floods carried mud and rubble down a mountain into the Bailong valley. Officials confirmed 337 death and listed 1,148 people as missing, the official China Daily quoted Chen Jianhua, a local government spokesman, as saying late 09 August 2010. EPA/STR
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