Published: Aug 24, 2021
Typhoon Omais weakened into an extratropical cyclone Tuesday morning, after making landfall around midnight Monday, flooding roads and houses, and forcing more than 1,000 people to evacuate in southern South Korean cities that lay in its path.
Published: Nov 16, 2020
The death toll from the deadliest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year has risen to 69, with 12 people still missing, while many areas remain submerged in Cagayan province, in the northern region worst hit by flooding in 45 years, officials said on Sunday.
Published: Nov 02, 2020
At least seven people were killed as Typhoon Rolly (international name: Goni) pounded the Philippines on Sunday, bringing catastrophic winds and dumping intense rains that flooded villages and sent thousands of people fleeing their homes.
Published: Dec 26, 2019
ILOILO CITY, Philippines — Typhoon “Ursula” pummeled the central Philippines on Christmas Day, destroying homes and cutting off power with powerful winds and flooding villages with incessant heavy rains on what is supposed to be Christendom’s happiest day.
Published: Dec 03, 2019
Thai Airways International (THAI) announced on Tuesday (December 2) that it would cancel or postone flights to Manila following the decision to close Manila Airport today (December 3) from 11am to 11pm local time due to the approach of Typhoon Kammuri.
Published: Oct 26, 2019
NAGANO, Japan - The Hokuriku Shinkansen line’s direct train services resumed along the whole route between Tokyo and Kanazawa on Friday morning, 13 days after services on part of the route were suspended because of Typhoon No. 19.