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Harshest winter in decades -

800,000 animals lost in Mongolia



100,000 homes flattened or damaged in China

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18 Jan 10 -  "Rescue workers evacuated thousands of rural residents from parts of northwestern China after extreme cold and blizzard conditions killed four people and left half a million snowed under," says this article on MSNBC.

Storms in China's far western Xinjiang have flattened or damaged about 100,000 homes and killed more than 15,000 head of livestock since Sunday night. Temperatures in parts of Xinjiang are forecast to plunge to minus 45 degrees by midweek.

In neighboring Mongolia, nearly 800,000 animals have been lost, with many transport routes blocked by heavy snow.

     What a tepid headline! 

     MSNBC posted this under the headline " Extreme cold, snow
     kills 4 in China."

     Eight hundred thousand animals lost (I assume that means
     killed), and all they can mention in the headline is that four
     people were killed?

     Are they trying to cover this up?

See entire article:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34921886/ns/weather/
Thanks to Tom McHart for this link


 

 

 



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