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192 Chinese engineers who were rescued in flood-hit Pakistan are returning home. They will leave for China on a chartered flight, which is scheduled to take off at 8 am local time Friday.
They will arrive in Urumqi, capital of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. 265 Chinese workers and engineers working at a hydro power station project in Pakistan's northwest, were trapped on a mountain after a huge landslide triggered by floods, washed across their work site on July 29. The workers were evacuated on Monday.
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