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World Bank releases $500m for Philippine flood

The World Bank has released $500-million to help the Philippine government's recovery and reconstruction efforts after Tropical Storm Washi.

Bodies pile up as Philippine rescue efforts stagnate

The death toll from killer floods in the Philippines has surged by more than 200, over a week after the disaster struck with officials expecting more.

Empty Christmas as Philippine flood victims search for home

Philippine flood survivors queued for their Christmas meal in evacuation centres, spirits doused by thoughts of more than 2 000 dead or missing kin.

Philippines death toll continues to rise

The number of people missing after devastating Philippine floods has soared to more than 1 000, doubling the feared toll.

Philippines begin rebuilding after deadly storm

Residents of two southern Philippines' cities have begun the hard work of reclaiming their lives as authorities bury bodies in concrete vaults.

Over 1 000 dead or missing in Philippine floods

More than 1 000 people are dead or missing after flash floods that ravaged the southern Philippines as cities prepare for mass burials.

450 killed in deadly Philippine tropical storm

Flash floods have devastated a southern Philippines region unaccustomed to serious storms, killing at least 450 people while they slept.

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