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|HONG KONG Men's Nike Shox Gravity Luxe Green Strike Black Clearance , Aug. 27 (Xinhua) -- Hong Kong issued a No. 8 Gale or Storm Signal Sunday morning in the face of severe tropical storm Pakhar.
The Hong Kong Observatory issued at 5:10 a.m. local time the No. 8 Southeast Gale or Storm Signal, which means that winds with speeds of 63 km per hour or more are expected from the southeast quarter.
In a report updated at around 10:00 a.m., the observatory said Severe Tropical Storm Pakhar has made landfall in Guangdong province and is forecast to move north-northwest at 28 km per hour into inland Guangdong.
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An Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal was issued at the same time. The observatory said rainbands associated with Pakhar are bringing occasional heavy showers and squalls to Hong Kong and there may be flooding in low-lying areas.
This is the second time in this week that Hong Kong issued a No. 8 or above tropical cyclones warning signal.
A No. 10 Hurricane signal was issued Wednesday in the face of severe typhoon Hato.
After the No. 8 Southeast Gale or Storm Signal was issued, classes of all day schools, public hospitals' general out-patient clinics and some of the city's public services were suspended.
The China Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui Men's Nike Shox Gravity Grand Purple Grey Black Clearance , the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan and Tuen Mun Ferry Terminal in Tuen Mun were closed temporarily. The Airport Authority Hong Kong reported that a total of 140 flights had been canceled as at 6:00 a.m. Sunday.
According to the Hospital Authority, as at 8:35 a.m., a total of 17 people, including eight men and nine women Men's Nike Shox Gravity Gunsmoke Grey Clearance , aged between 24 and 83 had sought medical treatment at public hospitals during the typhoon period.
The call center of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government has received 85 reports of fallen tree as at 10:00 a.m.
As at 9:10 a.m., the Home Affairs Department of the HKSAR government had opened 27 temporary shelters in various districts and 218 people had sought refuge at the shelters.
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BARCELONA, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Longines FEI Nations Cup jumping final will open here on Thursday with the world's best 15 teams participating.
The teams will compete in the first round not against the clock on Thursday and the top eight teams qualify for the final and the rest seven teams move on to the Challenge Cup.
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Defending champions Germany are defending champions and their manger Henrich Hermann Engemann was happy with their 14th starting slot.
"We'll have time to see the other teams and we'll know what we have to do," he said.
LONDON， Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- A legal case on behalf of more than 40，000 Nigerians against the global oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has started in the High Court in London.
Lawyers for the Nigerian claimants want the High Court to rule that a compensation hearing can he conducted in London. Royal Dutch Shell maintains the case should be heard in Nigerian courts.
The hearing before Justice Fraser， expected to finish Thursday， is hearing legal arguments on whether the English Courts can hear two legal claims on behalf of over 40，000 Nigerians against Royal Dutch Shell (RDS) and its Nigerian subsidiary， Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC)， for extensive environmental damage caused by oil pollution to two separate communities in the Niger Delta.
One claim is being brought on behalf of 2，335 individuals from the Bille Kingdom of Nigeria who are mostly fishermen and claimed their environment has been devastated by oil spills over the past five years.
The second claim is brought on behalf of the Ogale Community in Ogoniland which consists of roughly 40，000 people. The community claimed it has been subject to repeated oil spills from Shell's pipelines over a number of years which have still not been cleaned up.
Pollution affecting the Ogale community was carefully documented by the United Nations Environment Programme in a report published in 2011.
In March 2016， the Technology and Construction Court agreed that the two legal cases could proceed to the next stage through the London High Court， where the parent company， Royal Dutch Shell plc， is based.
Lawyers for the Nigerians communities argued that Royal Dutch Shell， which has its headquarters in Britain， controls and directs its' Nigerian subsidiary and should ensure that its operations do not systematically pollute the environment.
Both Royal Dutch Shell and Shell Nigeria argued that the cases should be heard in Nigeria and not in the English Courts.
The two separate legal actions are being brought by London-based law firm Leigh Day who represented the Bo.