China cancels flights and closes schools and businesses as Typhoon In-Fa approaches | ITV News

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China is bracing for the arrival of Typhoon In-Fa this weekend as it cancels flights in the east of the country and orders cargo ships out of the area on Saturday, just days after deadly floods devastated central parts of the country.

The typhoon churned towards the mainland after the heavy rain brought down trees and damaged houses in neighbouring Taiwan yesterday, with strong waves crashing onto the country’s northern coast.

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