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Death toll from typhoon in eastern China rises to 32 as storm moves north

Reuters Sunday, 11 August 2019
The death toll from a typhoon in eastern China rose to 32 on Sunday, with 16 people missing, state broadcaster CCTV reported, as the country braced for more travel disruptions as the storm moved further north up the coast.
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News video: Typhoon Lekima kills at least 44 in China

Typhoon Lekima kills at least 44 in China 01:09

The death toll from typhoon Lekima in eastern China rose to 44 people on Monday morning (August 12), according to official data, as the storm continued up the coast, racking up billions of dollars in economic losses and widely disrupting travel. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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