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More than 90 killed in Vietnam's deadliest typhoon in years

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More than 90 killed in Vietnam's deadliest typhoon in yearsDanang, Vietnam (AFP) Nov 9, 2017

More than 90 people have perished in floods and landslides unleashed in Vietnam by Typhoon Damrey, one of the deadliest storms to hit the country in years. The typhoon made landfall on Saturday, blowing off roofs and submerging huge swathes of Vietnam's south-central coast, including outside the city of Danang where leaders are gathering for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summ
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News video: Vietnam's reservoirs brimming ahead of APEC summit

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Typhoon Damrey, Vietnam's deadliest storm this year, left 106 people dead and authorities scrambling to drain dozens of dangerously full reservoirs before the country hosts a regional summit. Samantha Vadas reports.

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