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10/11/2009-- Taiwan's president intends to push a tough new planning law designed to prevent a repeat of deadly landslides in August that swept away homes, killing hundreds of people.

The island's first strict national land-planning law is being readied after Typhoon Morakot hit in August, dumping record rains. The widespread mudslides that followed left more than 700 people dead or missing.

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