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Typhoon Goni kills 16 in the Philippines

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Guinobatan, Nov 2 (EFE/EPA).- Typhoon Goni has moved towards storm-battered Vietnam after leaving the Philippines, where at least 16 people lost their lives and hundreds of thousands were displaced in its wake. (Camera: FRANCIS MALASGI)SHOT LIST: VILLAGERS AFFECTED BY TYPHOON GONI AT THE FOOT OF MAYON VOLCANO IN THE TOWN OF GUINOBATAN, ALBAY PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES.

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