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Yolanda's path: Then and now

Yolanda's path: Then and now

Five years ago, super typhoon Yolanda, the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines, made six landfalls and left a trail of destruction in its path.

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DID YOU KNOW: 2,234 youths diagnosed with HIV January to August 2018 Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:06 AM November 08, 2018

DID YOU KNOW: 2,234 youths diagnosed with HIV January to August 2018 Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:06 AM November 08, 2018

According to latest data from the Department of Health, a total of 2,234 Filipino youth aged 15 to 24 years old were diagnosed with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from January to August 2018.

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Lawyer for 9 slain farmers shot dead

Lawyer for 9 slain farmers shot dead

Lawyers and human rights groups are crying out for justice over the killing of activist-lawyer Benjamin Ramos less than a month after helping families of nine farmers who were shot dead by unknown attackers in Negros Occidental province. Read more: https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1051626/lawyer-for-9-slain-farmers-shot-dead#ixzz5WDhBGbBO Follow us: @inquirerdotnet on Twitter | inquirerdotnet on Facebook

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Magnitude 4.7 quake rattles Antique

Magnitude 4.7 quake rattles Antique

MANILA - A magnitude 4.7 earthquake jolted Antique province on Monday morning, the state seismology office said.

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Over 30 dead in Italy storms

Over 30 dead in Italy storms

Casteldaccia (Italy) - Floods killed 12 people on the island of Sicily, including nine members of a single family, pushing Italy's week-long storm toll beyond 30, rescuers said yesterday.

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Natonin landslide: 16 bodies recovered, 14 still missing — OCD

Natonin landslide: 16 bodies recovered, 14 still missing — OCD

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 4) — Authorities reported that 16 bodies have been retrieved from Natonin, Mountain Province where a landslide hit a Department of Public Works and Highways building in Barangay Banawel on Tuesday.

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Natonin remains isolated; choppers eyed for relief distribution

Natonin remains isolated; choppers eyed for relief distribution

Authorities are eyeing the use of helicopters in sending food, medicine, and other relief items to Natonin, Mountain Province as its roads had been cut off by landslides caused by typhoon “Rosita.”

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Lion Air crash: Diver dies in search for downed flight JT610

Lion Air crash: Diver dies in search for downed flight JT610

INDONESIA’S search and rescue agency has some heartbreaking news, which has put a cloud over the discovery operation.

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Two typhoons expected to hit PH in November — PAGASA

Two typhoons expected to hit PH in November — PAGASA

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 2) — At most two typhoons are expected to strike the country in November, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Friday morning.

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What warning? Engineer says no caution raised in Mt. Province DPWH building

What warning? Engineer says no caution raised in Mt. Province DPWH building

Trishia Billones, ABS-CBN News Posted at Nov 01 2018 03:34 PM

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10 Commandments: Pinoy Cemetery Etiquette

10 Commandments: Pinoy Cemetery Etiquette

Infographic by Andrea Canlobo, ABS-CBN News Posted at Oct 31 2018 09:07 PM

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Thousands flock to Manila South Cemetery for ‘Undas’

Thousands flock to Manila South Cemetery for ‘Undas’

By: Consuelo Marquez - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ INQUIRER.net / 08:32 AM November 01, 2018 Thousands of visitors flocked to the Manila South Cemetery in Makati on Thursday to remember the departed for “Undas.”

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NDRRMC: At least 15 dead due to 'Rosita'

NDRRMC: At least 15 dead due to 'Rosita'

ABS-CBN News Posted at Nov 01 2018 09:17 AM | Updated as of Nov 01 2018 09:18 AM MANILA - Typhoon Rosita has left at least 15 people dead after its onslaught in the country's northern provinces, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said Thursday. NDRRMC data showed 6 of the fatalities were from the landslide in Natonin, Mountain Province; 6 from landslides in Banaue, Ifugao; 2 from landslides in Tinglayan, and 1 who drowned in Abra. The number of fatalities may still rise as reports of missing individuals are still coming in, said NDRRMC Executive Director Ricardo Jalad.

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Father, 3 children killed in Banaue landslide

Father, 3 children killed in Banaue landslide

MANILA—A father and his three children — aged 8, 10 and 12 — died after they were buried in a landslide in Barangay Batad, Banaue, Ifugao, on Tuesday as severe tropical storm Rosita hit northern Luzon.

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'Rosita' to exit PAR today

'Rosita' to exit PAR today

(philstar.com) - October 31, 2018 - 5:40am MANILA, Philippines — Severe Tropical Storm Rosita continues to inch away from the Philippine landmass and is now almost stationary over the West Philippine Sea.

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2 bodies recovered in Mt. Province landslide that hit DPWH bldg.

2 bodies recovered in Mt. Province landslide that hit DPWH bldg.

Two bodies were recovered Wednesday from the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) building that was hit by landslide in Natonin, Mountain Province, during the onslaught of Typhoon Rosita.

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Landslide kills 4 as Tropical Cyclone Rosita cuts across north Luzon

Landslide kills 4 as Tropical Cyclone Rosita cuts across north Luzon

Landslides killed four people and trapped at least 24 others on Tuesday in the mountainous areas of northern Luzon, officials said, as Typhoon Rosita barrelled across the country with strong winds and rain.

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LIST: Canceled flights on Wednesday due to typhoon Rosita

LIST: Canceled flights on Wednesday due to typhoon Rosita

MANILA - Some flights scheduled on Wednesday, October 31, were canceled due to bad weather brought by severe tropical storm Rosita (international name Yutu), the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) said.

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Dozens feared buried by ‘Rosita’ landslide in Mt. Province

Dozens feared buried by ‘Rosita’ landslide in Mt. Province

Nearly three dozen people were feared buried under a massive landslide unleashed Tuesday in the Mountain Province by Typhoon “Rosita” (international name “Yutu”), which killed four children and a man as it ripped across the disaster-prone nation.

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Landslide buries DPWH building; 30 feared dead

Landslide buries DPWH building; 30 feared dead

MANILA, Philippines — At least 30 persons are feared dead after a landslide buried a Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) building in Mountain Province at the height of Typhoon Rosita yesterday afternoon.

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