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Philippines braces for Typhoon Mangkhut: Over 9,000 people moved to temporary shelters, emergency response teams on standby
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Philippines braces for Typhoon Mangkhut: Over 9,000 people moved to temporary shelters, emergency response teams on standby

Typhoon Mangkhut is expected to barrel through the northernmost tip of the Philippines early on Saturday.

Loss of coral reefs would double coastal flood damage, say researchers
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Loss of coral reefs would double coastal flood damage, say researchers

Loss of coral reefs around the world would double the damage from coastal flooding, and triple the destruction caused by storm surges, researchers said

Hurricane Irma 'longest-lasting', top-intensity cyclone ever recorded, says Meteo France
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Hurricane Irma 'longest-lasting', top-intensity cyclone ever recorded, says Meteo France

Hurricane Irma, rampaging across the Caribbean is the longest-lasting, top-intensity cyclone ever recorded, France's weather service said.

Nearly 600,000 Filipinos flee fearing Typhoon Hagupit's menacing advance
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Nearly 600,000 Filipinos flee fearing Typhoon Hagupit's menacing advance

Typhoon Hagupit was expected to slam into the central Philippines Sunday morning and hammer parts of a region where Haiyan's tsunami-like storm had struck.

Philippines: Thousands evacuate as impending Typhoon Hagupit brings back nightmares
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Philippines: Thousands evacuate as impending Typhoon Hagupit brings back nightmares

Typhoon Hagupit was building strength as it moved towards Philippines where farming and fishing communities are yet to recover from previous devastation.

Philippines braces for typhoon Hagupit one year after killer Haiyan
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Philippines braces for typhoon Hagupit one year after killer Haiyan

If the first forecast holds, Hagupit's path will send it barreling inland into central Philippines along the same route where Typhoon Haiyan leveled villages and left more than 7,300 dead and missing in November last year.

Typhoon Haiyan makes landfall in Vietnam: US meteorologists
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Typhoon Haiyan makes landfall in Vietnam: US meteorologists

Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in Vietnam early on Wednesday, meteorologists said, days after it left thousands feared dead and widespread devastation in the Philippines.

Christmas is a bleak affair as Philippines struggles after Typhoon Haiyan
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Christmas is a bleak affair as Philippines struggles after Typhoon Haiyan

Christmas lights blink in a handful of restaurants in Tacloban, but at nightfall, much of this city flattened by Typhoon Haiyan slips into darkness.

Christmas brings little cheer to typhoon ravaged Philippines
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Christmas brings little cheer to typhoon ravaged Philippines

Christmas lights blink in a handful of restaurants in Tacloban, but at nightfall, much of this city flattened by Typhoon Haiyan slips into darkness.

Philippines death toll from Typhoon Haiyan tops 6,000
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Philippines death toll from Typhoon Haiyan tops 6,000

The government's disaster response agency said that 6,009 people have been confirmed dead while 1,779 others remain unaccounted for.

Justin Bieber meets Typhoon Haiyan victims in Philippines
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Justin Bieber meets Typhoon Haiyan victims in Philippines

Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber arrived Tuesday in the Philippines, where he has launched a campaign to help victims of last month's killer typhoon.

Typhoon Haiyan: Death toll rises to 5,632 in Philippines
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Typhoon Haiyan: Death toll rises to 5,632 in Philippines

The deaths from typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines Saturday rose to 5,632, a government agency said.

Typhoon Haiyan has ravaged both traditional and high-tech livelihoods
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Typhoon Haiyan has ravaged both traditional and high-tech livelihoods

As Typhoon Haiyan tore across the eastern Philippines, coconut plantations older than the fathers of the men who tend them were smashed like matchsticks and call centers that field customer service gripes from around the world fell silent.

Philippine typhoon death toll rises above 5,000
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Philippine typhoon death toll rises above 5,000

The death toll from one of the strongest typhoons on record has risen above 5,000 and is likely to climb further, although recovery efforts are beginning to take hold, Philippine officials said Friday.

Death toll from typhoon Haiyan tops 5,200 in Philippines
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Death toll from typhoon Haiyan tops 5,200 in Philippines

Eduardo del Rosario, executive director of the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, said nearly 23,500 people were injured and more than 1,600 were still missing from the typhoon.

Typhoon Haiyan: UN calls for long-term support to Philippines
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Typhoon Haiyan: UN calls for long-term support to Philippines

UN Humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has called for longer-term support for the Philippines people, millions of whom are affected by the devastating Typhoon Haiyan, a UN spokesperson said on Thursday.

Coke pulls ads, donates the money to Haiyan relief work
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Coke pulls ads, donates the money to Haiyan relief work

Coca Cola Philippines has announced that its ads will no longer be appearing on media channels till further notice, so that the committed advertising space and ad funding can be redirected to relief efforts for Typhoon Haiya

Current climate pledges are inadequate, says Ban Ki-moon
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Current climate pledges are inadequate, says Ban Ki-moon

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged governments to put forth more ambitious plans to cut carbon emissions, saying "current pledges are simply inadequate."

Typhoon Haiyan: Philippines tries finding its feet back
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Typhoon Haiyan: Philippines tries finding its feet back

As the crisis eases and aid begins to flow, hope is flickering. People smile, if only briefly, and joke, if only in passing.

Typhoon Haiyan could cost Philippines 250 bn pesos
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Typhoon Haiyan could cost Philippines 250 bn pesos

The cost of rebuilding houses, schools, roads and bridges in typhoon-devastated central Philippines could reach 250 billion pesos, making it likely that the government will seek cheap loans from development agencies, a senior official said on Tuesday.