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Cette photo d’archive prise le 23 juillet 2021 montre des personnes à l’avant d’une chargeuse sur pneus pour traverser une rue inondée à la suite de fortes pluies dans la ville de Zhengzhou, dans la province chinoise du Henan. Photo d’illustration. © Christmas Celis / AFP This archive photo taken on July 23, 2021 shows people at the front of a wheel loader to cross a street flooded at The sequence of heavy rains in the city of Zhengzhou, in the Chinese province of Henan. Photo Stock Illustration.

The heavy rains and floods do not cease in China. On Monday, 9 August, more than 80,000 people had to be evacuated in Sichuan Province, in the southwestern country.

More than 80,000 people were evacuated following rains and floods in Sichuan Province, southwestern China , reported on Monday the official press, bringing to more 440,000 The number of people affected by the weather recently hit the province into different places.

According to CCTV public television, heavy rains and floods have already led to more than $ 38 million in economic losses, while 45 homes were destroyed and 118 seriously damaged.

The province of Henan, in the center of the country, had been struck last month by unpublished torrential rains, with the effect of floods that killed more than 300 people mainly in the provincial capital Zhengzhou.

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