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Politik
08/08/2012

China: Nach Taifun "Saola" wütet "Haikui"

Über 1,8 Millionen Chinesen sind vor dem Tropensturm auf der Flucht. Mehrere Tote und Schäden in Millionenhöhe – so die vorläufige Bilanz.

REUTERSDark clouds cover the sky in downtown Shanghai, August 6, 2012. Heavy rains will hit many areas in south and east China from Sunday to Tuesday, as Typhoon Haikui is moving northwestward from Okinawa, Japan, to affect Chinas coastal region, the Nati

dapdIn this photo released by Chinas Xinhua News Agency, people walk in a rainstorm brought by Typhoon Haikui in Shanghai, China, Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. The typhoon slammed into eastern Zhejiang province early Wednesday, packing winds up to 150 kilomete

dapdA farmer tries to protect his farm for seafood from flooding as the storm hit Hepu township, Xiangshan county in east Chinas Zhejiang province, Wednesday Aug. 8, 2012. Typhoon Haikui slammed into eastern Chinas Zhejiang province early Wednesday, packi

dapdIn this photo released by Chinas Xinhua News Agency, a road sign is blown down in Xiangshan County, east Chinas Zhejiang Province, Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. Typhoon Haikui slammed into eastern Zhejiang province early Wednesday, packing winds up to 150

REUTERSA car drives past a damaged traffic sign as Typhoon Haikui hits Hepu township, Zhejiang province, August 8, 2012. Typhoon Haikui brought downpours and flooding which stranded dozens of people in east China after landing in Zhejiang Province early W

dapdIn this photo released by Chinas Xinhua News Agency, pigs stay in flooded hogpens in Hepu Town of Xiangshan County, east Chinas Zhejiang Province, Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. Typhoon Haikui slammed into eastern Zhejiang province early Wednesday, packing

REUTERSA woman walks with her umbrella against strong winds as Typhoon Saola approaches Taiwan in Taipei August 1, 2012. Taiwan issued torrential rain and strong wind warnings for most of the island on Wednesday as slow-moving Typhoon Saola approached, wh

dapdA tourist covers her head with towel from the rain as typhoon Saola approaches, at the Bund, one of the most popular tourist destination in town, Thursday Aug. 2, 2012 in Shanghai, China. (Foto:Eugene Hoshiko/AP/dapd)

REUTERSA woman walks along the flooded banks near the Huangpu River in Shanghai August 2, 2012. Chinas meteorological agency issued typhoon warnings on Thursday for the southern and eastern provinces of Fujian and Jiangsu as Typhoon Saola and Typhoon Damr

REUTERSMen shelter under umbrellas in the rain during a tide-watching trip to the Qiantang River in Haining, Zhejiang province, August 2, 2012. Chinas meteorological agency issued typhoon warnings on Thursday for the southern and eastern provinces as Typh

EPAepa03335053 Four young Chinese women tourists, wearing slippers and raincoats and trawling their baggage wrapped in transparent sheeting,walk in a drizzle toward the Taipei Raiwail Station in Taipei, Taiwan, as Typhoon Saola crosses Taiwan 02 August 20

REUTERSConstruction workers take shelter from the rain near the Huangpu River in Shanghai August 2, 2012. Chinas meteorological agency issued typhoon warnings on Thursday for the southern and eastern provinces of Fujian and Jiangsu as Typhoon Saola and Ty

EPAepa03336570 Filipino residents wade through floodwaters as strong waves hammer houses at a coastal village in Navotas city, north of Manila, Philippines, 03 August 2012. Torrential rain and strong winds from Typhoon Saola killed at least 29 people in t

EPAepa03333962 Filipino residents brave strong waves at a coastal village Navotas city, north of Manila, Philippines, 02 August 2012. Typhoon Saolas torrential rain and strong winds have left 23 people dead, injured 21 and displaced 179,990 in the norther

REUTERSA motorist rides past a tree and a motorcycle felled by Typhoon Saola in Taipei August 2, 2012. Taiwanese markets were closed on Thursday due to the typhoon, as the stock exchange, offices and businesses in the capital were ordered to close. REUTER

EPAepa03336571 A view of houses destroyed by strong waves at a coastal village in Navotas city, north of Manila, Philippines, 03 August 2012. Torrential rain and strong winds from Typhoon Saola killed at least 29 people in the northern and central Philipp

REUTERSResidents wade knee deep in floodwaters brought by Tropical Storm Saola, locally named Gener, at Navotas city, metro Manila July 30, 2012. The Department of Education (DepEd) and local officials announced the suspension of classes in most parts of

dapdA rooster is trapped on its perch as it watches a makeshift raft drifting by at a flooded school at Malabon city, north of Manila, Philippines, Wednesday Aug. 1, 2012. Fierce winds and heavy rain from the slow-moving Typhoon Saola battered the country

EPAepa03333968 Filipino rescuers push a raft with typhoon victims at the coastal village of Navotas city, north of Manila, Philippines, 02 August 2012. Typhoon Saolas torrential rain and strong winds have left 23 people dead, injured 21 and displaced 179,

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