Philippines Starts Cleanup After Massive Floods
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Philippines Starts Cleanup After Massive Floods

Cleanup has started in The Philippines after some of the worst flooding in that country in more than four decades. The government has declared a state of calamity. 86 people were killed in the flooding, another 32 remain missing. (The Associated Press)

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