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Cornishman in Hong Kong caught up in ‘relentless’ Typhoon Mangkhut

West Briton Monday, 17 September 2018
Cornishman in Hong Kong caught up in ‘relentless’ Typhoon MangkhutRoss Bendix compares resilience of Chinese to that of the Cornish.
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News video: Typhoon Mangkhut barrels through Asia

▶ Typhoon Mangkhut barrels through Asia 01:31

A super typhoon crashed into China on Sunday, having swirled past Hong Kong and left a trail of deadly destruction in the Philippines. David Doyle reports.

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