A woman salvages parts of her home damaged due to Typhoon Rai, in Talisay, Cebu province, Philippines. Photo: AP
A woman salvages parts of her home damaged due to Typhoon Rai, in Talisay, Cebu province, Philippines. Photo: AP

Typhoon Rai death toll tops 100 as the Philippines ramps up rescue, recovery efforts

  • More than 300,000 people fled their homes as the strongest storm to hit the Philippines this year ravaged parts of the country
  • The popular tourist destination Bohol was devastated, with 63 reported dead and 10 still missing

Topic |   The Philippines
A woman salvages parts of her home damaged due to Typhoon Rai, in Talisay, Cebu province, Philippines. Photo: AP
A woman salvages parts of her home damaged due to Typhoon Rai, in Talisay, Cebu province, Philippines. Photo: AP
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