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Strong winds in Manila

Strong winds in Manila

epa03058065 Filipino residents brave strong winds blowing rubbish in Manila, Philippines, 13 January 2011. Philippines suffers from extreme weather conditions, which result in a high death toll and economic losses, a study by an international think tank reportedly said. The island nation, which has a population of about 94 million is on the path of typhoons that form in the western Pacific. The country is annually visited by around 20 storms. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
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