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The tide is high but they're holding on
Updated: 2005-08-25 09:00

People play on a flooded sidewalk on the banks of the Hanjiang River in Wuhan, the capital of Central China's Hubei Province August 24, 2005. Owing to heavy rainfall in upstream areas and the discharging of floodwater from Danjiangkou Reservoir, the water level at the Wuhan section of the river reached 27.91 metres, 41 centimetres above the warning level. [newsphoto]

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