epa03349222 Filipino children are carried on the shoulders of men to reach a rubber boat amidst floods in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines, 08 August 2012. Torrential rain and massive flooding in the Philippine capital and northern provinces on 07 August forced thousands to flee their homes while hundreds more were stranded on their rooftops as the muddy waters rose. The deluge forced 242,211 residents to flee to evacuation centers in the capital and 11 provinces, while 607,941 people had taken refuge with relatives and friends, according to the Office of Civil Defence (OCD). Eighteen people have been reported killed from the floods and landslides. EPA/ROLEX DELA PENA
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