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'King of storms' to make landfall in China after killing at least 29 in Philippines

DNA Sunday, 16 September 2018
'King of storms' to make landfall in China after killing at least 29 in PhilippinesA super typhoon swirled past Hong Kong on Sunday, barrelling towards the Chinese coast and gaining strength over the South China Sea after it wreaked havoc in the Philippines and killed at least 29 people.

Packing gale force winds of more than 200 kph (125 mph), tropical cyclone Mangkhut is considered the strongest to hit the...
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Mangkhut made landfall in southern China on Sunday after causing flooding and structural damage in Hong Kong.

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