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Snow plays havoc on traffic

- Top political advisor visits snow hit Anhui Province
- 3 killed, 7 injured in Zhejiang car crash
- Special flights arranged for snow-stranded passengers
- Orange weather alert for weekend
- Winter storms leave Chinese dark, cold, hungry in 'dead cities'
- Battle goes on against snowstorms
- Gov't urges greater efforts to combat snow
- Top political advisor visits snow-hit Anhui
- Traffic system recovering after harsh weather
- Command center established to deal with snow disaster
- A helping hand in cold winter
- Snow havoc causes US$7.5bn in losses
- 250,000-odd soldiers battle snow disasters
- New snow set to cause further havoc on roads
- Traffic recovering, relief materials dispatched
- Psychologists calm passengers stranded in snow
- Counting the cost of snow disaster
- Over 3,250 flights cancelled by snow havoc
- Beijing-Guangzhou railway 'basically' normal
- Alternative road opened to ease passenger build-up
- Snow havoc affects Tibet highlands
- Ice still blocking 12 national highways
- Lengthy ride for rail passengers
- Rethink travel plans: Met chief
- Snow-stuck train arrives after 47 hr delay
- Traffic slowly restoring in disaster-hit south China
- China still suffering from snow, some recovery
- Premier visits passengers stranded at Guangzhou
- Premier Wen rushes to Hunan for disaster relief work
- Military helicopters sent to relieve snow disasters
- Winter storm to continue: forecaster
- Medical staff sent to disaster-affected areas
- Snow chaos continues, despite signs of recovery
- China's winter storm to continue
- Army goes all out to fight against snow chaos
- Theatre opens for stranded travelers
- Airport reopens but delays continue
- China fights 'war' against havoc caused by snow
- Passenger backlog builds in Guangzhou as severe weather persists
- Thousands remain stranded at station
- Dealing with disaster
- Pedestrians urged to go slow
- China fights 'war' against snow havoc
- Snow, sweeping it to one side
- Shanghai railway authority halts ticket sales
- Travel services crippled as big city freeze turns deadly
- Premier rushes to aid in Hunan disaster
- Snow! Beauty or beast?
- Country battles fierce weather
- Brutal weather takes rising toll
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- Snow-hit province buys insurance for soldiers
- Air Force actively engaged in winter disaster relief
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- Disaster prevails as relief effort beefed up
- 306,000 troops mobilized to combat snow disasters
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