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Manila residents clean mud-covered homes after Typhoon Vamco

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Manila residents return to their homes covered in mud after flash floods inundated their communities, destroying their belongings. Torrential rain dumped by Typhoon Vamco -- the third powerful storm to hit the country in as many weeks -- inundated low-lying areas of Manila and surrounding provinces.

Added on the 13/11/2020 13:31:36 - Copyright : AFP EN

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