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UPDATED: 08:40, September 09, 2005
Chinese relief goods arrive in US
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Journalists cover the arrival of relief aid from China to the United States for victims of Hurricane Katrina at the Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas of the United States on Sept. 7, 2005. The relief goods, weighing 104 tons, included light power generators, tents, bedsheets and clothes, etc. China announced last Saturday that it had decided to offer disaster relief up to 5 million US dollars along with emergency supplies to the US people victimized by Hurricane Katrina, and that if necessary the Chinese government would send rescue workers to help in medical treatment and epidemic prevention in the disaster-stricken areas.

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An airplane carrying China's first batch of relief aid to the United States for victims of Hurricane Katrina arrives at the Little Rock Air Force Base in Arkansas of the United States on Sept. 7, 2005.

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