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Record rains kill 25 in central China

People look at cars stacked on each other at the entrance of a tunnel following heavy rains in Zhengzhou in China's Henan province. At least 25 people have died including a dozen passengers trapped in a flooded subway after torrential rains inundated central China, paralysing several cities and causing millions of dollars in damage.

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