Most of Manila left underwater as record storms sweep parts of Asia

ClimateWire: A state of disaster was declared in parts of the northern Philippines earlier this week as a monsoon and typhoon brought incessant rain in the region for three days, triggering mass evacuations and affecting more than 1 million people. Although Typhoon Trami has left the nation and made landfall in southern China yesterday, causing fresh flooding in the region, residents continue to wade in thick mud and water that is chest-deep in some areas. The weather-related deaths, which have risen to 21,......

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