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Typhoon leaves dozens dead in China, as a million evacuated

Brisbane Times Sunday, 11 August 2019
A powerful typhoon left at least 22 people dead in China, after a landslide backed up a river that broke through debris and inundated homes.
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News video: Stranded Civilians Rescued After Typhoon Lekima Sweeps Eastern China

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Dozens were killed and more than a million people were evacuated after Typhoon Lekima swept eastern China, state media reported on August 11. The Typhoon landed the early hours of August 10 in the city of Wenling in the Zhejiang Province in eastern China, where nearly 1.22 million people were...

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