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‘Mario’ slightly
wanes; rains linger

Tropical Storm “Mario” has slightly weakened as it traversed the northern tip of Luzon and continues on its way to Taiwan, the state weather bureau said in its afternoon weather bulletin Friday.

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Downgraded rain
warning in NCR

The state weather bureau on Friday night lifted the Red rainfall warning over Metro Manila as Tropical Storm “Mario” slightly weakened.

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2015 'banner year'
for PH--Aquino

President Benigno Aquino III has declared 2015 as a “banner year” for the Philippines owing to its economic “turnaround” and in time for the Southeast Asian regional integration.

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'MARIO' VS 'ONDOY'

Which dumped
more rain?

Even as the severe flooding brought by the rains of Tropical Storm "Mario" that shut down Metro Manila on Friday brought memories of that other killer tropical storm five years ago, the amount of rainfall "Mario" continues to dump in the metropolis won't be twice as much.

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Major metro roads
still flooded

The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) released Friday on its Twitter account a list detailing the situation of various roads in Metro Manila as of 3:15 p.m as typhoon ‘Mario’ (international name: Fung-Wong) and monsoon rains continued to batter the country.

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Over 400,000
affected by 'Mario'

Over 400,000 people have been affected by Tropical Storm "Mario" as its heavy rains caused floods that swamped Metro Manila and other parts ‎of the country.

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Floods hit
Metro Manila

Heavy rains Friday triggered gutter-deep floods in some parts of Metro Manila closing some streets to traffic, the Metro Manila Development Authority said.

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