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Frantic dig for Philippine victims of typhoon landslide

Mangkhut pounded the Philippines at the weekend with torrential rain and violent winds that snapped utility poles and sheared roofs off homes

Massive clean-up in Hong Kong after typhoon chaos

The storm, with gusts of more than 230 kilometres per hour, sent buildings swaying and waters surging into homes and shopping malls in Hong Kong

Japan evacuates major airport after typhoon wreaks havoc

At least ten people were killed, and hundreds more injured by Typhoon Jebi as it raked through the major manufacturing area around Osaka

World sends emergency relief to battered Philippines

The UN, Australia and the US have mobilised emergency aid as the scale of the devastation unleashed by super typhoon Haiyan emerges.

Philippines: Typhoon Haiyan leaves hundreds dead

One of the strongest typhoons ever to make landfall in the Philippines has left more than 1 000 people dead in the country, says the Red Cross.

Desperate typhoon survivors loot shops for food

Hungry survivors of a deadly Philippine typhoon have looted shops and warehousesin a bid to stay alive amid stalled aid deliveries.

Disaster-hit Asia left reeling

Asian countries reeled from the full force of nature's fury on Thursday with thousands feared dead in an onslaught of earthquakes and typhoons.

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