Five days of torrential rain in China have left 26 people dead and up to three million affected.
Residents travel on a boat past partially submerged houses after heavy rainfall hit Lanxi, Zhejiang province. Severe rainstorms in southern China have left at least 26 deadReuters
The severe rainstorms led to flooding and landslides and toppled more than 8,700 houses. Hundreds of thousands of people have been relocated in six provinces across China.
Eleven people were killed in Hunan province, where 171,000 people had to be relocated. The economic cost to the region is estimated at £147 million, with 122,700 hectares of crops destroyed.
A school building collapsed in Jiangxi province, killing four people. Local officials reported that 789,000 people had been affected and 123,000 had to be relocated.
Vehicles are stranded along a flooded street in Minhou County, Fujian ProvinceAFP
Residential buildings are cut off by an overflowing river after heavy rainstorms hit Wuyuan county, Jiangxi provinceReuters
A man is trapped in a mud-filled pothole on a road in Longhui county, Hunan provinceAFP
People wade through a flooded street in Minhou County, Fujian Province, ChinaGetty
A traffic sign and street lamps stick out of flood waters as a riverside street is submerged by an overflowing river in Lanxi, Zhejiang provinceReuters
Residents travel on a boat past partially submerged houses after severe rainstorms hit Lanxi, Zhejiang provinceReuters