Storm-battered Philippines has been hit by yet another storm. Typhoon Vamco packed winds of up to 155 kilometers per hour and made landfall overnight, killing at least two people. The storm has triggered the worst flooding in the capital in years.
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Thousands of people are still awaiting rescue after Typhoon Vamco battered the northern Philippines earlier this week. The storm produced "unprecedented" floods and landslides that left dozens dead and missing.
At least five people have been injured in Vietnam as the storm leaves a trail of devastation in the Philippines. Vamco is easing slightly after it was labeled as a typhoon with winds of up to 155 kilometers per hour.
Power and telephone lines are down and thousands of homes have been destroyed after the storm battered two provinces in the north of the Philippines. The Red Cross says it is "horrified" by the devastation.
Vietnam's worst typhoon in 20 years has left rescuers scouring landslides at two hillside villages. At least 19 bodies have been found, dozens of residents are still missing. Two fishing boat crews are also missing.
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