A huge storm passed over the US territory of Guam bringing destructive winds and forcing residents to stock up with supplies and head for emergency shelters. Typhoon Mawar became the strongest storm to approach the territory in decades as rains and winds reached the island on Wednesday. The typhoon was forecast to arrive as a Category 4 storm but could strengthen to a Category 5.

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