The Gansu earthquake
has left 95 people dead and
over 1,000 injured as of July 24.
Journalists: Hong Mingyu, Xue Jing    Editors: Wu Jie, Li Jiayi    Designer: Steve Zhao
  • A memorial service was held on Sunday for 95 people who died in an earthquake that hit northwest China's Gansu Province seven days ago.
  • The central authorities on Saturday launched an emergency response to help victims of rainstorms and flooding in Northwest China's Gansu province, and sent a work group to the area.
  • No epidemic outbreaks or public health emergencies have been reported in the quake zone in northwest China's Gansu Province, the National Health and Family Planning Commission said Thursday.
  • After being buried in debris for more than 30 hours, a dog in a quake-hit village in Gansu province miraculously survived and was rescued by his owner and other helpers on Tuesday.
  • Medical workers are focusing on how to prevent epidemics in quake-hit areas in Northwest China's Gansu province as daily life resumes.
  • An official with a provincial seismological bureau has called for accelerating the construction of quake-proof housing in Gansu Province, where an earthquake has killed at least 94 people.
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Gansu Earthquake-15An injured man receives CT examination at a hospital in Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. The death toll has climbed to 89 in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake-14Rescuers work at quake-hit Yongguang Village of Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. The death toll has climbed to 89 in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake-13Rescuers walk on a mountain road to reach the hard-hit Yongxing Village of Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. The death toll has climbed to 89 in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake -12Villagers rest in a tent at quake-hit Hetuo Village of Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. The death toll has climbed to 89 in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake-11Residents sit beside a tent at Chagu Village of Meichuan Town in Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, early July 23, 2013. The death toll has climbed to 89 in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake-10Residents in Gansu province ran onto the streets when they felt the quake.

Gansu Earthquake-9Houses were flattened by the force of the quake.

Gansu Earthquake-8Injured people are receiving treatment at local hospitals and clinics.

Gansu Earthquake-7A rescue operation is under way after a magnitude 5.98 quake hit China's Gansu province.

Gansu Earthquake-6Chinese state television shows the moment the earthquake struck Dingxi

Gansu Earthquake -5Residents gather at a makeshift emergency room on the grounds of a hospital after an earthquake hit Minxian county in northwest China's Gansu province Monday July 22, 2013.Photo:AP

Gansu Earthquake-4A woman cries as she sits amongst the rubble that was once her house in Hetuo township in Dingxi, northwest China's Gansu province on July 22, 2013. Photo: AFP/Getty Images

Gansu Earthquake-3The death toll from a 6.6-magnitude earthquake in China's northwestern Gansu province

Gansu Earthquake-2Rescuers clear the debris of a damaged house in quake-hit Majiagou Village of Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. Eighty-nine deaths have so far been confirmed in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. Photo: Xinhua

Gansu Earthquake-1Photo taken on July 22, 2013 shows a damaged house in quake-hit Majiagou village of Minxian County, northwest China's Gansu Province. A 6.6-magnitude earthquake jolted a juncture region of Min County and Zhang County in Dingxi City Monday morning.

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