Typhoon struck the north of Vietnam, 27 people died

Powerful tayfunKai-Tak hit last weekend at the northern provinces of Vietnam, killing at least 27 people, said on Monday Television and Radio BBC BBC.

Typhoon-hit Vietnam on Friday, in the north of the country hit by heavy rains and strong winds. As a result, about 12,000 homes were destroyed, flooded nearly 23 thousand hectares of fertile land. In Vietnam's capital, Hanoi, strong winds knocked over 200 trees.

Elements affected the southern province of Guangdong China. It destroyed more than 4 million homes, killed two people.

Last week, Kai-Tak was on the Philippines, disaster victims there were seven people, two others missing. Everything from tropical storm affected more than 20,000 people.

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