Philippines Flash Floods News


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  • Vietnam Says Extreme Weather Linked to Typhoon Kills 27

    Vietnam Says Extreme Weather Linked to Typhoon Kills 27

    Extreme weather caused by Typhoon Rammasun has killed 27 people in Vietnam, with the storm unleashing flash floods, landslides and lightning strikes, authorities said on Tuesday.

  • Typhoon kills at least 283, hundreds missing, in Philippines

    Typhoon kills at least 283, hundreds missing, in Philippines

    Blocked roads and severed communications in the southern Philippines frustrated rescuers on Wednesday as teams searched for hundreds of people missing after the strongest typhoon this year killed at least 283 people.

  • New storm brings flash floods, landslides to Philippines

    New storm brings flash floods, landslides to Philippines

    Tropical Storm Tembin brought heavy rains, triggering landslides and flash floods in the northern Philippines, just weeks after a series of deadly storms and monsoon rains, the government said on Monday.

  • Mass burial for 700 flood victims in Philippines

    Mass burial for 700 flood victims in Philippines

    With funeral parlors overwhelmed, authorities in a flood-stricken southern Philippine city on Monday organized the first mass burial of some of nearly 700 people who were swept to their deaths in one of worst calamities to strike the region in decade...

  • Death toll exceeds 650 in Philippines storm; 900 missing

    Death toll exceeds 650 in Philippines storm; 900 missing

    As a storm that killed more than 650 in the southern Philippines raged outside the store where she works, Amor Limbago worriedly called home to check on her parents, but their cellphones just kept ringing and later went dead.

  • Flash floods kill at least 450 in Philippines

    Flash floods kill at least 450 in Philippines

    Flash floods devastated a southern Philippines region unaccustomed to serious storms, killing at least 450 people while they slept, rousting hundreds of others to their rooftops and turning two coastal cities into muddy, debris-filled waterways that ...

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