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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