Heavy downpours damage farmland, inflates food prices in E. China (7)

08:16, June 20, 2011      

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Soldiers reinforce a levee in the seat of Changshan County in Quzhou City, east China's Zhejiang Province, June 19, 2011. A fourth round of heavy downpours has battered Changshan County and its neighbouring areas since Saturday evening, bringing a rainfall of more than 150 millimeters. Days of torrential rains have saturated the mountainous county, putting the residents in danger of landslides and mud-rock flows. (Xinhua/Han Chuanhao)

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