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Typhoon Morakot國外新聞：1 Million Chinese Flee Typhoon Morakot - CBS News
Hundreds missing as typhoon Morakot mudslide buries Taiwan village - guardian.co.uk
Typhoon survivors find sanctuary in school - CNN.com
MORAKOT: THE AFTERMATH: Charities, NGOs pitch in to help clean-up efforts - Taipei Times
Taiwan President Is Target of Anger After Typhoon - The New York Times
Taiwan village wiped out by storm - Al Jazeera English
Extra troops for Taiwan rescue - BBC NEWS
Hundreds still missing from Taiwan mudslide - Reuters.com
Typhoon Morakot - Boston.com
Taiwan scrambles to rescue villagers - Bangkok Post
Typhoon buries Taiwan village in mud - Los Angeles Times
Relief work follows typhoon Morakot - CCTV.com
An elderly man is carried from a helicopter to a
high school in Chishan, in Taiwan's Kaohsiung county on August 10, 2009
after being airlifted from the southern village of Shiao Lin.
A man stands on a roof as he awaits rescue in
heavy flooding in Taimali, south-eastern Taiwan's Taitung county on
August 8, 2009 during Typhoon Morakot.
A hotel building leans before falling in a heavily
flooded river after Typhoon Morakot hit Taitung county, Taiwan, Sunday,
Aug. 9, 2009. The six-story hotel collapsed and plunged into the river
Sunday morning after floodwaters eroded its base - all 300 people in
the hotel had been evacuated and uninjured, officials said.
Evacuees sit on top of a military vehicle as
rescuers search the flooded area for people after rains brought by
Typhoon Morakot inundated the area in Chiatung, Pingtung county, in
southern Taiwan, on August 9, 2009.
A man trapped by floods gestures at rescuers
delivering food and drinking water after Typhoon Morakot hit Pingtung
county, southern Taiwan August 9, 2009.
Two women hold each other in a local emergency
room after being rescued by helicopter from a village covered in a
landslide from Typhoon Morakot in Kaohsiung county, southern Taiwan,
Monday. Aug. 10, 2009.