More than 21,000 firemen battling forest fires in N China

21:12, July 02, 2010      

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Firefighters take a rest in the Greater Hinggan Mountains of northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, July 2, 2010. More than 21,000 firemen, 10 helicopters and hundreds of bulldozers and fire engines have been put out the lighting-triggered forest fires in northeast China. (Xinhua/Wang Song)


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