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Giant waves crashed against China's southeast coast on Sunday as Typhoon Fitow approached. Fitow is set to bring high winds and heavy rain when it makes landfall between Zhejiang and Fujian provinces early on Monday morning local time. Hundreds of thousands of people have been fleeing their homes and China has issued a top-level red alert.
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