Flooding fears after Chan-hom typhoon

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A woman holding an umbrella looks at high waves generated by Typhoon Chan-hom at a beach in the southeastern port city of Busan on July 12, 2015. Domestic flights were cancelled in South Korea on July 12, as Typhoon Chan-hom brought strong winds and heavy rainfall to southwestern provinces. REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT NO ARCHIVES NO INTERNET RESTRICTED TO SUBSCRIPTION USE AFP PHOTO / YONHAP

In China, at least one death and a-dozen injuries are attributed to Typhoon Chan-hom. The typhoon has now diminished to tropical-storm strength, flooding remains a major concern. CCTV’s Audrey Siek filed this report.

Chan-Hom moves up North and batters Shandong Province

Chan-Hom moves up North and batters Shandong Province

In China, at least one death and a-dozen injuries are attributed to Typhoon Chan-Hom. And, although it's now diminished to tropical-storm strength, flooding remains a major concern.CCTV's Audrey Siek filed the report.