The victims of the two typhoons in the Philippines have more than 100 people

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The number of victims of two powerful typhoons passing through the Philippines has reached 101 people, dozens missing, reports the Reuters news agency on Sunday citing rescuers.

Typhoon "Nisat" and "Nalge" unleashed its power to the northern part of the Philippines (especially on the island of Luzon) on September 27 and October 1, respectively. Typhoon caused severe flooding led to the destruction of agricultural land in the amount of about 12 billion pesos ($ 275 million).

According to the latest data of the National Disaster Management, the victims' Nisata "were 82 people," Nalge "claimed the lives of 19 people, at least 27 people were missing.

Every year during the rainy season from June to December in the Philippine archipelago afflict about 20 storms and typhoons, and in June of this year, at least 18 Filipinos were missing and more than 75,000 have been made homeless by the tropical storm "Falcon" (International Classification — "Meara").

However, the record for the number of victims of natural disaster in the country holds a typhoon in 1991 that killed 6,000 people Philippine island of Leyte.

Source: RIA "Novosti".

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