10 killed in heavy flooding in NW China
At least 10 people were killed after flash floods struck northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Xinhua News Agency reported on Saturday citing local authorities.
Torrential rain has been pummeling the city of Yulin as of Tuesday night triggering floods in a number of areas.
Over 71,300 people have been evacuated, the provincial flood control headquarters said. 
Power supplies and telecommunication networks have been also disrupted.
China's second-longest river, the Yellow River, saw its first flood peak of the year on Thursday. The Yellow River Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters warned the provinces of Shanxi, Shaanxi, Henan and Shandong to be alert to the peak flow.