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Approaching tropical storm Nanmadol impacts coastal cities in E China

(Xinhua)

08:28, August 31, 2011

Soldiers help local fishermen fasten ships during heavy rain caused by typhoon Nanmadol at a dock in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, Aug. 30, 2011. As tropical storm Nanmadol approached, gales and rainstorms swept coastal cities in east China on Tuesday. Previously categorized as a typhoon, Nanmadol was downgraded to a tropical storm around 10 a.m. Monday. (Xinhua/Zhang Guojun)
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PD User at 2011-09-02218.16.100.*
why so few people give comments in English?
clark lane at 2011-09-02218.16.100.*
indeed ,it is necessary to make the announcement in English,especially for storm ,typhoon and so on.
  

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