Typhoon Haima churns toward China after lashing Philippines
BEIJING - A typhoon that slammed into the northern Philippines, triggering flooding and landslides and leaving seven people dead, is now churning toward southern China.
The typhoon is expected to make landfall this afternoon on China's mainland south.
Authorities in the city of Shenzhen have ordered schools, markets and factories to close.
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