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Typhoon Vamco exits Philippines, leaving at least 39 dead

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Rizal, Nov 13 (EFE/EPA).- Typhoon Vamco, which swept through the center of the Philippines island of Luzon early Thursday, has left at least 39 people dead, 22 missing and 40 injured, according to the armed forces Friday.The government's preliminary count currently stands at 14 dead and 14 missing, although presidential spokesman, Harry Roque, warned at a press conference that the figures will increase as reports of victims are verified. (Camera: MARK CRISTINO). SHOT LIST: THE AFTERMATH OF TYPHOON VAMCO IN RODRIGUEZ, RIZAL EAST OF MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

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