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In Pictures: Typhoon Hagupit
The storm has landed in the Philippines, destroying homes, downing trees and forcing thousands to flee from villages.
Volcanic rocks are washed onto a main road during a flash flood brought on by Typhoon Hagupit in Guinobatan, Albay province southern Luzon.
7 Dec 2014
The powerful typhoon tore through the central Philippines on Sunday, bringing howling winds that toppled trees and cut off communications.
There were no early reports of casualties, but authorities said they were still gathering information on the ground.
Filipino residents wade on floodwater in Borongan city, Samar island.
A Filipino resident collects belongings on a damged house in Borongan city, Samar island.
Typhoon Hagupit has torn apart homes and sent waves crashing through coastal communities.
Haunted by Typhoon Haiyan(***)s massive devastation last year, more than 600,000 people fled villages and the military went on full alert on Saturday to brace for a powerful storm.
Filipino residents walk in a flooded street after Typhoon Hagupit makes landfall, in Borongan city, Samar island.
Motorist pass fallen electrical posts in Camalig, Albay province, eastern Philippines.
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