Torrential rains and floods in Manila and north provinces
epa03346823 Filipinos look at the strong current of a swelling river in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines 07 August 2012. Torrential rain and massive flooding in the Philippine capital and northern provinces forced thousands to flee their homes while hundreds more were stranded on their rooftops as the muddy waters rose. Fifteen people were killed in floods and landslides triggered by the heavy rains, local authorities and police said. The Philippine weather bureau said the rains were caused by a southwest monsoon. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA
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