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Typhoon Mangkhut looms over Hong Kong and southern China


Typhoon Mangkhut is leaving a trail of devastation as it makes its way through South East Asia with gusts of up to 190 km/h .

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The storm has left dozens dead  in the northern  Philippines  and is now heading towards Hong Kong and southern China.

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Mangkhut brings with is the heavy rains, strong winds, and the risk of storm surges and landslides.

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These pictures show the impact the storm is having.

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A man takes photograph at the seafront in Hong Kong. The strongest tropical storm of the season so far, with winds as fast as 200 kilometres per hour, Mangkhut has reportedly killed at least 28 people in the Philippines as it continues it’s path towards southern China. [Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images] Hong Kong and southern China are hunkering down as strong winds and heavy rain from Typhoon Mangkhut lash the densely populated coast. [Vincent Yu/AP Photo] A man and a girl walk against strong winds from Typhoon Mangkhut on a pier in Victoria Habour, Hong Kong. [Vincent Yu/AP Photo] Firefighters remove debris from a road in Hong Kong. [Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images] Nearly half a million people had been evacuated from seven cities in the Guangdong province of China, and the Hong Kong Observatory warned people to stay away from the Victoria Harbour landmark. [Lam Yik Fei/Getty Images] A man walks past shattered bicycles as Typhoon Mangkhut approaches Shenzhen, China. [Jason Lee/Reuters] High waves hit the shore at Heng Fa Chuen, a residental district near the waterfront, as Typhoon Mangkhut slams Hong Kong. [Bobby Yip/Reuters] A woman runs in the rainstorm as Typhoon Mangkhut approaches Shenzhen. [Jason Lee /Reuters] On Sunday morning, the typhoon packed sustained winds of 155 kilometres per hour and gusts of up to 190 km/h. [Jason Lee /Reuters] The national meteorological centre urged officials to prepare for possible disasters. [Jason Lee/Reuters].

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