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Four dead, thousands flee as floods hit northern Philippines

Residents walk on a road covered with debris after landslides brought on by torrential monsoon rains, killed two people in Kennon Road in Benguet province in northern Philippines July 13, 2015. Torrential monsoon rains killed at least eight people in the Philippines, the country's disaster relief agency said on Monday, and the toll was expected to rise as two tropical storms battered northern Luzon, the main island in the archipelago. About 40,000 people across Luzon were affected by the monsoon

 

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