Philippines at risk of another deadly typhoon

Landslide last week claims scores of lives as torrential rains follow devastating Typhoon Mangkhut.

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    The Philippines is at risk again of landslides as another typhoon brings more rain.

    The death toll from a landslide last week has gone up to 55, while 47 other people are believed to be trapped or buried in the rubble.

    Families of victims are calling it a man-made disaster.

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Naga city on Cebu island.


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