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#BIG PICTURE: Little girl walks through trail of destruction made by Typhoon Mangkhut

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You’re looking at a little girl walking on a path completely covered by sand and debris as she stares down at the trail of destruction lying ahead of her. It comes in the aftermath of the deadly storm, Typhoon Mangkhut, that slammed Southern China and the Philippines. That storm left dozens dead and caused millions to evacuate, but today Hong Kong begins a massive cleanup as emergency workers in the Philippines recover more than 40 bodies buried in a landslide.