Deadly Typhoon Mangkhut lashes Hong Kong, China; dozens dead in Philippines

September 16, 2018
China has relocated over 2.45 million people and cancelled over 400 flights as super Typhoon Mangkhut made landfall in southern Guangdong province on Sunday after battering Hong Kong and killing 64 people in the Philippines. The typhoon slammed the coast of Jiangmen city in southern China's Guangdong province on Sunday evening...
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