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Typhoon Noul Makes Landfall in Philippines

About 2,500 residents fled as powerful Typhoon Noul slammed into the northeastern tip of the Philippines Sunday, as officials warned of possible flash floods, landslides and tsunami-like storm surges. The storm made landfall at Santa Ana in Cagayan province on the northern edge of the main island of Luzon, about 400 kilometers (250 miles) north of the capital, Manila, Sunday afternoon, the government weather station said. Power was cut in Tuguegarao City, the capital of the province of...

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