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Super typhoon heads for Hong Kong, China after pummelling Philippines

Japan Today Sunday, 16 September 2018
A super typhoon swirled towards Hong Kong and the Chinese coast on Sunday, gaining in strength over the South China Sea after hurtling through the Philippines, where it…
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News video: Typhoon Mangkhut Approaches Hong Kong

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Heavy rain and winds lashed Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16, as Typhoon Mangkhut continued on its trajectory through Asia.Mangkhut, reported to be the biggest storm in the world so far in 2018, was forecast to hit Hong Kong and southern China on Sunday afternoon, after wreaking havoc in the...

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