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Moon-gazing this Mid-Autumn Festival in Hong Kong ruined by Typhoon Mangkhut as popular sites damaged by storm

Hong Kong’s moon lovers are among those reeling in the aftermath of Typhoon Mangkhut as popular spots around the city for gazing at the full moon this Mid-Autumn Festival have been damaged and left..
S.China Morning Post

‘Worst post-typhoon tree situation’: Hong Kong’s long clean-up after Mangkhut

After working in the sweltering heat for more than three hours removing trees uprooted by Typhoon Mangkhut, arborist Bill Lau has only finished half a Caesar salad for lunch. “I’m too tired to have..
S.China Morning Post

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Death toll rises in Philippines landslide [Video]Death toll rises in Philippines landslide

At least 29 people are now known to have died in a landslide in the Philippines that came just days after Typhoon Mangkhut claimes the lives of at least 80 victims

euronews (in English) -   00:48

Video shows building quaking as Typhoon Mangkhut brings hurricane-force winds to Hong Kong [Video]Video shows building quaking as Typhoon Mangkhut brings hurricane-force winds to Hong Kong

This video, filmed in Hong Kong on September 16, shows a clothing rack moving back and forth as the building shook during Typhoon Mangkhut.

Rumble -   00:36

City termed "Jurassic Hong Kong" as trees lie uprooted following typhoon [Video]City termed "Jurassic Hong Kong" as trees lie uprooted following typhoon

Locals in Hong Kong took to social media to term the city a "giant Jurassic Park" in the wake of Typhoon Mangkhut, which uprooted massive trees continuing to cause transport..

Rumble -   00:39

Luxury Yachts and Other Boats Washed Ashore by Powerful Typhoon Mangkhut [Video]Luxury Yachts and Other Boats Washed Ashore by Powerful Typhoon Mangkhut

Hundreds of vessels, from luxury yachts to dinghies to dragon boats, were washed ashore, damaged or sunk by the powerful Typhoon Mangkhut, which pummeled Hong Kong on Sunday, September 16. In Sai Kung,..

Rumble -   01:33

City termed City termed "Jurassic Hong Kong" as trees lie uprooted following typhoon

Locals in Hong Kong took to social media to term the city a "giant Jurassic Park" in the wake of Typhoon Mangkhut, which uprooted massive trees continuing to cause transport disruptions.

Newsflare STUDIO -   00:38

Second Landslide Hits Philippines [Video]Second Landslide Hits Philippines

At least 15 people are dead and dozens more are missing.

Newsy Studio -   00:41

 

After Typhoon Mangkhut, Hong Kong beaches could take as long as months to recover

A week after Hong Kong’s most intense storm on record battered the city, some scenic coastal areas could take as long as months to recover. At the front line of the storm’s intense winds, swathes..
S.China Morning Post

Typhoon Mangkhut podcast: how the SCMP covered Hong Kong’s most intense storm

Typhoon Mangkhut roared into Hong Kong one week ago, leaving a trail of destruction that residents say will take months to fully recover from. The intensity of the storm was the most powerful the city..
S.China Morning Post

Days After Typhoon, Another Deadly Landslide Strikes Philippines

Up to 25 homes in a central Philippine village were buried, and officials blamed heavy rains in the days since Typhoon Mangkhut struck.
NYTimes.com

Search missions continue in Philippines after typhoon Mangkhut

As hurricane Florence continues to ravage the American South, the Philippines is working its way out from under another natural disaster as landslides pummel the country after typhoon Mangkhut. The..
Christian Science Monitor

Philippine landslide shows poor often live in danger’s path

ITOGON, Philippines (AP) — They’re eerie photographs, probably the final images of a few Filipino villagers standing placidly outside low-slung buildings a day before the green mountainside behind..
Seattle Times

Where Surfing in China Gained a Foothold, Typhoon Mangkhut Left Ruins

Members of China’s small surfing subculture were drawn to Xichong, a peaceful coastal village a world away from the bustle of nearby Shenzhen, a city of 13 million.
NYTimes.com

Hong Kong Disneyland shut down after typhoon destruction. See the photos

Hong Kong Disneyland was closed Monday in the aftermath of the severe Typhoon Mangkhut, the company announced this week.
Deseret News

Fierce Typhoon Mangkhut tears through Hong Kong

Dozens of people are missing after a typhoon described as the "king of storms" slammed into heavily populated parts of Asia. Typhoon Mangkhut killed at least 69 people over the weekend. Ben Tracy..
CBS News

Philippines Dispatch: Drawn by Gold, Drowned in Mud: Typhoon Kills Philippine Miners

Dozens of people who eked out a living at a small-scale mine were killed when Typhoon Mangkhut’s drenching rains unleashed a landslide in their mountain community.
NYTimes.com

After the Storm: Photos From Hong Kong, Battered by Typhoon Mangkhut

While Hong Kong is well-prepared for major storms, the intensity of this typhoon, the most intense to hit the city since 1946, took many by surprise and caused significant damage.
NYTimes.com

Typhoon landslides bury dozens in Philippines

Hope is fading for the dozens feared buried in a mudslide set off by Typhoon Mangkhut. There are 70 confirmed dead from the storm in the Philippines and China. (Sept. 17)
USATODAY.com

Hope fades in Philippines for dozens buried in landslides

Dozens of people believed buried in a landslide unleashed by Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines probably did not survive, a...
Deseret News

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