Manila, Philippines, October 16,
2016 - Weather-wise, it's been a miserable weekend in Manila with high
winds gusting at over 200 kph and steady rain, as the Philippine capital
suffered the effects of Typhoon Sarika which made landfall Sunday
morning northeast of the city. But the weather has hardly dampened the
mood of volleyball fans in the country, as the 2016 FIVB Women's Club
World Championships are around the corner.
The incomprehensibly powerful typhoon Haiyan blasted across the central Philippines on Friday, leveling coastal cities with a tsunami-like storm surge, and disintegrating buildings with sustained winds nearing 200 mph with gusts up ...
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A typhoon left at least 12 people dead, knocked out power in many areas, damaged a parked plane but spared the Philippine capital on Wednesday when its fierce wind shifted, officials said.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A typhoon that barreled through the northern Philippines left at least 38 people dead and knocked out power in entire provinces and forced more than half a million people to flee its lethal wind and rains,...
MANILA (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of people were evacuated from the central Philippines on Monday as a typhoon with winds of up to 150 kph (95 mph) made landfall, dumping heavy rain that could cause flooding, landslides and s...