A man looks out of a damaged building in Hong Kong after Typhoon Manghkut.
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In photos: Typhoon Mangkhut

Updated 12:50 PM ET, Wed September 19, 2018

A man looks out of a damaged building in Hong Kong after Typhoon Manghkut.
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Typhoon Mangkhut, the world's strongest storm this year, has carved a destructive and deadly path from the Philippines into mainland China.

It made landfall Saturday, September 15, bringing gale-force winds and heavy rains to the Philippines. The storm caused flooding and set off landslides, one of which killed dozens in the mining town of Itogon.