Hong Kong Cleans Up After Typhoon Haima Shuts Trading, SchoolsBy , , and
Storm deals city a glancing blow after pounding Philippines
More than 700 flights disrupted, with 13 injuries reported
Hong Kong was picking up fallen trees and fixing disrupted flight schedules Friday after Typhoon Haima shut financial markets, schools and shops across the city.
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