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At least 375 people are now known to have died after a powerful storm struck the Philippines on Thursday, police say.
Super Typhoon Rai – with winds of about 195km/h (120mph) – sent some 400,000 people running for safety when it hit the country’s south-eastern islands.
At least 500 people were injured and 56 others have been reported missing by local police.
Rescue teams have described scenes of “complete carnage”.
But establishing the scale of the losses is difficult, as communication to a number of areas has been cut off.
There are fears widespread landslides and flooding may have claimed more lives.
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