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Two people were killed and six others are missing in the Philippines as floods inundated parts of Manila and nearby areas while a storm tore through the country's north, authorities said Saturday. The civil defense office said rescuers are on standby
32 a.m, 20 July 2012 An active low pressure area was forecast to bring widespread rain over Northern Luzon, and if it picks up, it could develop into a depression Friday, forecasters said Thursday. From Thursday afternoon to Friday afternoon, the
Thursday, swept across 15 counties and cities, causing floods and landslides, according to the provincial meteorological station. The provincial civil affairs department estimated that the storm caused direct economic losses of 69.86 million yuan (10.
The Chinese government issued its lowest-level emergency response Thursday to address flooding in the southwest Szechuan province. Provincial civil affairs departments said rains and flooding have already caused 13 deaths. One person has also been
Manila, PhilippinesAurora Representative Juan Edgardo Sonny Angara urged local officials to speed-up the fixing of systems to declare class suspensions, saying in the age of new technology, local officials had no excuse for their late declarations.
Thousands flee Japan floods Heavy rains caused severe flooding in parts of western Japan on Tuesday (July 3) ... Heavy rains caused severe flooding in parts of western Japan on Tuesday (July 3), causing tens of thousands to be evacuated and leaving
Photos shared by local media of flood in Metro Manila. Taken July 3, 2012 photos of flooded streets after a heavy downpour in Quezon City, Metro Manila. Heavy rain has flooded some roads, causing classes to be suspended in parts of
Tropical storm Dindo maintained its strength as it moves towards northern Luzon as forcasted the weather bureau PAGASA at 5pm Wednesday. Dindo was last located kilometers east southeast of Casiguran, Aurora,
PhilippinesAn active low pressure area (Alpa) seen to become a cyclone will bring rains in parts of the country, the state weather bureau said early Tuesday. As of 2 a.m., the Alpa was seen 750 kilometers east Northeast of Guiuan, Eastern Samar, the
Streets are submerged by torrential rain in Fuqing city, East China's Fujian province, June 24, 2012. Cars and people are trapped for more than 3 hours as the rain flooded the city. Heavy rain caused by Typhoon 'Talim' and the summer monsoon made