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Typhoon Phanfone Pummels Central Philippines

A motorist commutes past a blown down galvanised roof from a house damaged during the height of Typhoon Phanfone in Tacloban, Leyte province in the central Philippines on December 25, 2019. – Typhoon Phanfone pummelled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet and miserable holiday season to millions in the mainly Catholic nation. (Photo by Bobbie ALOTA / AFP)
Residents walk past a house damaged during Typhoon Phanfone in Tacloban, Leyte province in the central Philippines on December 25, 2019. – Typhoon Phanfone pummelled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet and miserable holiday season to millions in the mainly Catholic nation. (Photo by Bobbie ALOTA / AFP)
A resident looks at a house damaged at the height of Typhoon Phanfone in Tacloban, Leyte province in the central Philippines on December 25, 2019. – Typhoon Phanfone pummelled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, bringing a wet and miserable holiday season to millions in the mainly Catholic nation. (Photo by Bobbie ALOTA / AFP)
Police assist residents arriving at an evacuation centre, as typhoon Phanfone makes landfall, in Borongan, Eastern Samar province, central Philippines on December 24, 2019. – Typhoon Phanfone smashed into the central Philippines on December 24, leaving thousands of people unable to get home for the Christmas holidays and forcing many others to evacuate in the face of the onslaught. (Photo by ALREN BERONIO / AFP)
Residents rest in an evacuation centre, as typhoon Phanfone makes landfall, in Borongan, Eastern Samar province, central Philippines on December 24, 2019. – Typhoon Phanfone smashed into the central Philippines on December 24, leaving thousands of people unable to get home for the Christmas holidays and forcing many others to evacuate in the face of the onslaught. (Photo by ALREN BERONIO / AFP)
Residents collect wood for home use on a flooded rice field caused by Typhoon Kammuri in Ilagan on December 5, 2019. – The number of people killed by Typhoon Kammuri’s pounding of the Philippines this week has hit 13, officials said December 5, as authorities confirmed reports of storm-related deaths. (Photo by BILL VISAYA / AFP)
A resident walks past debris from her destroyed houses after Typhoon Kammuri hit the city of Sorsogon, south of of Manila on December 3, 2019. – Typhoon Kammuri killed at least two people in the Philippines on December 3 as it tore roofs off houses and forced the international airport in Manila to shut down. (Photo by RAZVALE SAYAT / AFP)

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