Snow plays havoc on traffic

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- Snow to hit east, west, central China
- Snowstorm won't affect food prices 'heavily'
- Meteorologists ill-equipped to forecast bad weather
- 107 dead, US$15.4 billion lost due to snow
- Snowy weather damages 18.6-mln-hectare forest
- Ice flows affect hundreds in Xinjiang
- Military staff deployed for disaster relief
- Snowstorms add to cost of roses this year
- Coal firm produces more to ease energy shortage
- Foreign leaders send sympathies over weather disaster
- More snow and rain expected
- Military forces to help rebuild snow-affected areas
- 18.6 mln ha of forest damaged in winter storm
- Hainan vegetables sent to snow-hit areas
- Impressive moments during war on snow havoc
- Snow-plagued Zhejiang to restore power grid next month
- 2 million warm clothes sent to snow-hit S. China
- Chinese passengers rush back to work
- La Nina a partial cause of S China's freeze-up
- Road, rail transport returning to normal
- Snowstorm-hit areas recovering gradually
- Traffic basically back to normal
- China looks to New Year as nation recovers from blizzards
- Cold weather dampens Spring Festival tourism
- Air Force actively engaged in winter disaster relief
- President Hu spends holiday in disaster-hit area
- Panchen Lama donates money to snow-hit people
- Snowmelt could mean new round of disasters: meteorologists
- Donations to China's snow-hit areas reach 1.02 billion
- State leaders visit disaster-hit regions
- Millions cannot go native home for festival
- UN praises China's swift response to snow disaster
- Stranded workers in Yunnan snowstorm evacuated, victims identified
- Severe weather alert lifted
- Wedding away from home
- Millions of Chinese can not return native home for festive gatherings
- Red cross donations for snow-hit areas reach 60 mln yuan
- Premier visits disaster-hit Guizhou Province
- Indemnities shall be paid to disaster victims timely
- US donates to China for snow disasters relief
- Ancient canal a supply lifeline for snow-hit E. China
- Rescue work among ice and snow
- Two snow crises, one central challenge
- Premier: China confident, capable in winning battle against disaster
- Heavy fog adds to traffic woes
- Transport recovers amid snow chaos
- 4 killed in road accident in snow-hit Hunan
- Death toll in snow-hit Hunan rises to 20
- Tanks rolled out to help open up icy expressways
- Heavy fog hits frozen S. China, adding to transport woes
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