Masses to collect aid for flood victims — Manila archbishop

The storm left at least 22 people dead from flooding and landslides and displaced over 600,000, according to authorities.

Philippines races to contain spill after oil tanker capsizes off Manila

The vessel went down in rough seas as heavy rains fuelled by Typhoon Gaemi and the seasonal monsoon lashed Manila

Streets turned into rivers as Typhoon Gaemi blows past Philippines

Typhoon Gaemi, which has swept past the Philippines as it heads towards Taiwan, intensified the southwest monsoon rains

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Masses to collect aid for flood victims — Manila archbishop

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Streets turned into rivers as Typhoon Gaemi blows past Philippines

Typhoon Gaemi, which has swept past the Philippines as it heads towards Taiwan, intensified the southwest monsoon rains

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