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PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
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December 05, 2006
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides...
Guinobatan, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to Typhoon Durian victims in Guinobatan
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides caused by Typhoon Durian before the distribution of relief aid in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 5, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K29B
December 05, 2006
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides...
Guinobatan, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to Typhoon Durian victims in Guinobatan
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides caused by Typhoon Durian before the distribution of relief aid in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 5, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES TYPHOON/
RTR1K27R
December 05, 2006
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides...
Guinobatan, Philippines
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to Typhoon Durian victims before the relief goods...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo talks to local residents who were affected by mudslides caused by Typhoon Durian before relief goods distribution in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 5, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15V
December 04, 2006
A boy cries inside a classroom, converted into an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
Legazpi, Philippines
Boy cries inside classroom converted into evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
A boy cries inside a classroom, converted into an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides hit the area, in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15M
December 04, 2006
A family lives inside a classroom converted into an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian...
Legazpi, Philippines
Family lives inside classroom converted into evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
A family lives inside a classroom converted into an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides hit the area, in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15K
December 04, 2006
Families live inside a classroom converted into an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian...
Legazpi, Philippines
Families live inside classroom converted into evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
Families live inside a classroom converted into an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides hit the area, in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15H
December 04, 2006
Salvacion Abued holds her grandson Gian at an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
Legazpi, Philippines
Salvacion Abued holds her grandson Gian at evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered...
Salvacion Abued holds her grandson Gian at an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides hit the area, in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15E
December 04, 2006
Women, working in Manila, cry after confirming the deaths of their relatives in Typhoon Durian triggered...
Guinobatan, Philippines
Women cry after confirming death of relatives in Typhoon Durian-triggered mudslides in Albay province,...
Women, working in Manila, cry after confirming the deaths of their relatives in Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K15D
December 04, 2006
A mother carries her son after receiving free medicines at an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon...
Legazpi, Philippines
Mother carries son after receiving free medicines at evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian...
A mother carries her son after receiving free medicines at an evacuation centre, four days after Typhoon Durian-triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people were killed in landslides and floods set off by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be found. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K14D
December 04, 2006
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides...
Legazpi, Philippines
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in...
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila, December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people have been killed in landslides and flooding triggered by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be retrieved. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K14C
December 04, 2006
Residents queue for medicines at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides...
Legazpi, Philippines
Residents queue for medicines at an evacuation centre after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay...
Residents queue for medicines at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila, December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people have been killed in landslides and flooding triggered by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be retrieved. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K147
December 04, 2006
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides...
Legazpi, Philippines
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in...
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila, December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people have been killed in landslides and flooding triggered by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be retrieved. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1K146
December 04, 2006
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides...
Legazpi, Philippines
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides...
Residents queue for relief goods at an evacuation centre four days after Typhoon Durian triggered mudslides in Albay province, south of Manila, December 4, 2006. The Philippines fears up to 1,000 people have been killed in landslides and flooding triggered by Typhoon Durian but officials said on Monday that many of the bodies might never be retrieved. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES TYPHOON/
RTR1JY7P
December 02, 2006
Motorists queue for petrol at a gasoline station after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province...
Manila, Philippines
Motorists queue for petrol at a gasoline station after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province...
Motorists queue for petrol at a gasoline station after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES TYPHOON/
RTR1JY4K
December 02, 2006
An aerial view shows some destroyed houses after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province, south...
Manila, Philippines
An aerial view shows some destroyed houses after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province, south...
An aerial view shows some destroyed houses after Typhoon Durian in the worst-hit Albay province, south of Manila, December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES TYPHOON/
RTR1JY45
December 02, 2006
An aerial view of volcanic materials from Mayon volcano burying some houses in Albay province, south...
Manila, Philippines
An aerial view of volcanic materials from Mayon volcano burying some houses in Albay province
An aerial view of volcanic materials from Mayon volcano burying some houses in Albay province, south of Manila, December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JY06
December 02, 2006
A resident removes mud that covers his truck after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December...
None, Philippines
A resident removes mud that covered his truck after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila
A resident removes mud that covers his truck after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JY02
December 02, 2006
Residents retrieve materials from their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of...
None, Philippines
Residents retrieve materials from their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of...
Residents retrieve materials from their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXZ4
December 02, 2006
A boy covers his nose as he walks past the bodies of mud slide victims in Guinobatan town, Albay province,...
Manila, Philippines
A boy covers his nose as he walks past the bodies of mud slide victims in Guinobatan town, Albay province,...
A boy covers his nose as he walks past the bodies of mud slide victims in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYY
December 02, 2006
A woman washes her clothes outside her damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of...
Manila, Philippines
A woman washes her clothes outside her damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of...
A woman washes her clothes outside her damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYX
December 02, 2006
Residents cover their noses as they walk past mud slide victims lined up outside a funeral home in Guinobatan...
Manila, Philippines
Residents cover their noses as they walk past mud slide victims lined up outside a funeral home in Guinobatan...
Residents cover their noses as they walk past mud slide victims lined up outside a funeral home in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYV
December 02, 2006
Concepcion Lana stands beside her son's body in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December...
Manila, Philippines
Concepcion Lana stands beside her son's body in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila
Concepcion Lana stands beside her son's body in Guinobatan town, Albay province, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYT
December 02, 2006
Residents retrieve materials from their house buried in mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south...
Manila, Philippines
Residents retrieve materials from their house buried in mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City
Residents retrieve materials from their house buried in mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYQ
December 02, 2006
Residents dry their mud covered clothes after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December...
Manila, Philippines
Residents dry their mud covered clothes after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City
Residents dry their mud covered clothes after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYP
December 02, 2006
A resident enters her flooded house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2,...
Manila, Philippines
A resident enters her flooded house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City
A resident enters her flooded house after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JXYN
December 02, 2006
Power lines and vehicles are covered with mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Power lines and vehicles are covered with mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila
Power lines and vehicles are covered with mud after Typhoon Durian hit Legazpi City, south of Manila December 2, 2006. Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JWQ6
December 01, 2006
A boy plays on an uprooted tree after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province,...
CAMARINES SUR, Philippines
A boy plays on an uprooted tree after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province,...
A boy plays on an uprooted tree after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province, south of Manila December 1, 2006. Typhoon Durian killed 146 people in the Philippines and there were fears the toll could climb after heavy rains and winds triggered landslides from a volcanic mountain, the head of the local Red Cross said on Friday.



REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JWPR
December 01, 2006
A man examines an overturned truck after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province,...
Manila, Philippines
A man examines an overturned truck after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province,...
A man examines an overturned truck after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province, south of Manila December 1, 2006. Typhoon Durian killed 146 people in the Philippines and there were fears the toll could climb after heavy rains and winds triggered landslides from a volcanic mountain, the head of the local Red Cross said on Friday.

REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTR1JWPL
December 01, 2006
Residents fix their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province,...
Manila, Philippines
Residents fix their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in Camarines Sur province, south...
Residents fix their damaged house after Typhoon Durian hit Pamplona town in the Camarines Sur province, south of Manila December 1, 2006. Typhoon Durian killed 146 people in the Philippines and there were fears the toll could climb after heavy rains and winds triggered landslides from a volcanic mountain, the head of the local Red Cross said on Friday.

REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES WEATHER
RTR1FEZK
July 12, 2006
A father carries his daughter home from school in Malabon town after rains from tropical storm Bilis...
Manila, Philippines
A father carries his daughter home from school in Manila
A father carries his daughter home from school in Malabon town after rains from tropical storm Bilis left parts of Manila flooded July 12, 2006. Heavy rains dumped by Bilis triggered flooding and landslides in northern Philippines, forcing schools and government offices to close in the capital Manila and wide areas on Luzon island. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES
RTR1FAK2
July 08, 2006
A Filipino father with his daughter stands in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque...
Manila, Philippines
A Filipino father with his daughter stands in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque...
A Filipino father with his daughter stands in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque city, suburban Manila July 8, 2006. The Philippines is visited by an average of 19 typhoons every year causing floods and landslides that kill people and destroy crops and properties worth millions of pesos. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES
RTR1FAK1
July 08, 2006
Philippine children play in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque city, suburban Manila,...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine children play in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque city
Philippine children play in the rain at the start of the typhoon season in Paranaque city, suburban Manila, July 8, 2006. The Philippines is visited by an average of 19 typhoons every year causing floods and landslides that kill people and destroy crops and properties worth millions of pesos. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES
RTXOB1X
February 23, 2006
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard...
Saint Bernard, Philippines
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernar.....
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte province in Central Philippines February 23, 2006. [Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing.]
PHILIPPINES
RTXOB1W
February 23, 2006
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of U.S. marines arrive to join the search and rescue operation...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of U.S. marines arrive to join the search and rescue .....
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of U.S. marines arrive to join the search and rescue operation with Philippine soldiers and [Malaysian and Taiwanese] rescuers to search for victims at a site at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006, where an elementary school is believed to buried by a massive landslide. [Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing.]
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
RTR1BJKQ
February 23, 2006
U.S. Marine Corporal Tyler Trahanis from Washington state in the U.S. uses a banana leaf to shelter himself...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marine looks on a passing motorcyle in southern leyte
U.S. Marine Corporal Tyler Trahanis from Washington state in the U.S. uses a banana leaf to shelter himself from the rain as a motorcycle rides past towards the mountainside where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJKJ
February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines carry a log at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines carry a log at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide...
U.S. Marines carry a log at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJKF
February 23, 2006
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of U.S. marines arrive to join the search and rescue operation...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of US marines arrive at the mountainside in Southern leyte...
Filipino village children gesture as a platoon of U.S. marines arrive to join the search and rescue operation with Philippine soldiers and Malaysian and Taiwanese rescuers to search for victims at a site at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006, where an elementary school is believed to buried by a massive landslide. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
RTR1BJ99
February 23, 2006
A U.S. Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye during a joint search and rescue operation...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye in southern Leyte
A U.S. Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye during a joint search and rescue operation at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJ90
February 23, 2006
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to U.S. Marines after they returned to lower ground...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to US Marines in southern Leyte
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to U.S. Marines after they returned to lower ground at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
RTR1BJ8P
February 23, 2006
Filipino rescuers carry the body of a mudslide victim at the site where an elementary school is believed...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino rescuers carry body of mudslide victim in southern Leyte
Filipino rescuers carry the body of a mudslide victim at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide Friday at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJ8K
February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a...
U.S. Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJ8B
February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village in Southern Leyte
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006, where a elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BJ88
February 23, 2006
A Filipino rescuer takes a break at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
A Filipino rescuer takes a break at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a...
A Filipino rescuer takes a break at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BIUJ
February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive...
U.S. Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
RTR1BIUA
February 23, 2006
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest along the corridor of a high school in Saint Bernard...
Saint Bernard, Philippines
Mudslide survivors rest in a high school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest along the corridor of a high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte province in Central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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February 23, 2006
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest at a high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte...
Saint Bernard, Philippines
Mudslide survivors rest at a high school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest at a high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte province in Central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marine return to lower ground after a joint search and rescue operation was postponed because of...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines return to lower ground in southern Leyte
U.S. Marine return to lower ground after a joint search and rescue operation was postponed because of heavy rain at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines walks back from lower ground after a rescue operations was postponed because of heavy rain...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines walks back from lower ground in southern Leyte
U.S. Marines walks back from lower ground after a rescue operations was postponed because of heavy rain at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing.REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village in Southern Leyte province in central Philippines
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006, where a elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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February 23, 2006
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard...
Saint Bernard, Philippines
Mudslide survivors are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines...
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village are sheltered at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte province in Central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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February 23, 2006
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in...
Saint Bernard, Philippines
Mudslide survivors rest at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in central Philippines
Landslide survivors from Guinsaugon village rest at a Christian high school in Saint Bernard town in Southern Leyte province in Central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marine return to lower ground after a joint search and rescue operation was postponed because of...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines return to lower ground in southern Leyte
U.S. Marine return to lower ground after a joint search and rescue operation was postponed because of heavy rain at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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February 23, 2006
A U.S. Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye during a joint search and rescue operation...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye in southern Leyte
A U.S. Marine helps his comrade by pouring water on his eye during a joint search and rescue operation at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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February 23, 2006
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to U.S. Marines after they returned to lower ground...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to US Marines in southern Leyte
Filipino villager children show the 'peace' sign to U.S. Marines after they returned to lower ground at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines walks back from lower ground after a rescue operations was postponed because of heavy rain...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines walks back from lower ground in southern Leyte
U.S. Marines walks back from lower ground after a rescue operations was postponed because of heavy rain at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing.REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
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February 23, 2006
Filipino rescuers carry the body of a mudslide victim at the site where an elementary school is believed...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
Filipino rescuers carry body of mudslide victim in southern Leyte
Filipino rescuers carry the body of a mudslide victim at the site where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide Friday at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Rescue operations were suspended on Thursday because of bad weather. At least 123 bodies have been retrieved since Friday, but officials estimate the number of those who perished in the landslide at more than 1,000, including about 200 school children. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marine Corporal Tyler Trahanis from Washington state in the U.S. uses a banana leaf to shelter himself...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marine looks on a passing motorcyle in southern leyte
U.S. Marine Corporal Tyler Trahanis from Washington state in the U.S. uses a banana leaf to shelter himself from the rain as a motorcycle rides past towards the mountainside where an elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a...
U.S. Marines wait for instructions at the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDES
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village in Southern Leyte province in central Philippines
U.S. Marines walk back from Guinsaugon village, Southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006, where a elementary school is believed buried by a massive landslide. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES LANDSLIDE
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February 23, 2006
U.S. Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive...
SOUTHERN LEYTE, Philippines
US Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive...
U.S. Marines remove a rock from the site where an elementary school is believed to be buried by a massive landslide at Guinsaugon village, southern Leyte province in central Philippines February 23, 2006. Two weeks of heavy rain triggered the mudslide over Guinsaugon, a close-knit farming village about 675 km (420 miles) southeast of Manila, on February 17. So far, 122 bodies have been pulled out and around 1,000 people remain missing. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
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