The most powerful storm to hit South Korea in decades has killed at least 10 people and left more than 90,000 residents without power. Search and rescue operations are continuing as the country reels from almost a metre of rainfall. The government has said it will set aside $36 million for relief and recovery work. In Busan, where Super Typhoon Hinnamnor made landfall, more than 7,000 workers have been deployed to begin clean-up efforts. The typhoon is now tracking towards eastern China.
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