Two strong storms have been causing havoc in East Asia. In Japan, Typhoon Etau caused landslides and flash floods, killing several people in the west of the country.
Cars were overturned while rivers burst their banks. The capital Tokyo braced for the typhoon, which is set to hit on Tuesday.
Meanwhile Typhoon Morakot has been battering China's eastern coast, prompting a mass evacuation, killing a small boy and destroying thousands of properties in Fujian and Zhejiang provinces.
A man uses a makeshift raft to paddle through the street in Cangnan, Zhejiang province. The typhoon has been downgraded to a tropical storm but is still causing misery for millions.
Previously, Morakot caused some of the worst flooding to hit some of the southern counties in Taiwan in half a century.
The typhoon left behind scenes of devastation. Scores of people may still be trapped in their homes after landslides, but rescuers are finding it hard to reach more remote areas.
Dramatic pictures came from south-east Taiwan, where an empty hotel collapsed after floodwaters undermined its foundations.
Flood waters brought a plentiful supply of fish in Pingtung county, southern Taiwan, but authorities had to distribute bottled water to residents.
Morakot did not spare the Philippines, where at least 21 people died. Flood-hit villagers struggled to evacuate to higher ground - in this instance harnessing their belongings to a water buffalo.
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