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The death toll after the Itogon landslides reaches at least 69
(3rd UPDATE) Here is a list of countries and international organizations donating to the Philippines after Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut)
Itogon Mayor Victorio Palangdan appeals to the Environment Secretary not to stop all the operations and to consult local governments and mining stakeholders first
'I don't know where I will get money to rebuild my house,' says 29-year-old William Quillopo, who again lost his house after Typhoon Ompong
(UPDATED) Ompong tears off roofs, uproots trees, and floods roads in Northern Luzon. Parts of Metro Manila also suffer some damage.
Bulacan, under Signal No. 2, will have 'stormy' weather on Saturday, September 15, while the rest of the Greater Metro Manila Area can expect rain with gusty winds, says Pagasa
(UPDATED) As of September 15, the gates of Ambuklao, Binga, and Magat dams are opened to release water, but there is no threat of flooding
Have we learned from the avoidable mistakes made in past disasters? Are we prepared to effectively handle any emergencies that might occur in the coming days?
UPDATED At least 96 people were injured in typhoon related accidents in 23 prefectures nearly half of Japan s provinces
UPDATED Winds of up to 180 kilometers 112 miles per hour whipped ashore as the typhoon made landfall in Makurazaki on Kyushu island at around 8:30 am local time
An intertropical zone is still affecting Visayas and Mindanao causing rainshowers and thunderstorms in various locales
Slow moving typhoon Ompong Vongfong – moving at a pace of 9 km h – is going north northwest towards the southern Japanese islands
An intertropical convergence zone is affecting Visayas and Mindanao
UPDATED Ompong Vongfong is so far the strongest storm this year and the strongest since Typhoon Yolanda Haiyan ; thankfully it is not going towards PH