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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
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