Malaysian typhoon leaves over 400 dead

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December 2, 2006 06:17

 
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A typhoon in the Philippines has killed over 400 people after heavy rains and winds caused mudslides throughout several farms, the Red Cross reported Saturday morning. Entire farms in the area of Mt. Maion, an active volcano 320 kilometers south of Manila, were buried under boulders released from the volcano's slope following the terrible winds.

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