China's 'iPhone City' Relocates 1,00,000 After Floods Leave 12 Dead


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The deluge on Tuesday was equivalent to more than 8 months' worth of city's average rainfall Around 100,000 people have been relocated from a central Chinese city known as the world's biggest production base for iPhones, after record rainfall led to widespread floods and the death of at least 12 people. The city of Zhengzhou in the central province of Henan suspended inbound flights, while rescue workers and authorities worked Wednesday to prevent dam breaches, restore lost power, assess collapsed roads and pump out submerged gas stations. President Xi Jinping urged officials to step up disaster relief measures, saying the...