Oh city, my city.


Torrential rains following Typhoon Saola have flooded the Philippine capital, displacing up to 20,000 residents and raising last week’s death toll to 51, according to the Associated Press. As overflowing dams and rivers submerged nine provinces in the region, the government suspended classes and work.

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