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U.S. Embassy DCM John Law visited families in Itogon, Benguet who were affected by the landslide during Typhoon Ompong. The U.S. gov’t is providing nearly Php37.3 million in funding for the response for Benguet & Cagayan provinces.
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Kelsey Merritt Sep 14
Hope everyone affected by keep safe!!! My mom’s side lives in Cagayan. Praying for them and everyone else there 🙏🏼
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Karlo 🛸 Sep 15
Drive around and listen to some dope music type of day. Kasi walang traffic! ⛈
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miga Sep 14
Ingat po tayong lahat EMERGENCY HOTLINE Jollibee: 8-7000 McDonald’s: 8-6236 Burger King: 667-7171 KFC: 887-8888 Wendy’s: 533-3333 Dunkin’: 988-7288 Greenwich: 5-5555 Kenny Rogers Roasters: 555-9000 Domino’s Pizza: 922-2222 Yellow Cab: 789-9999
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Melanie Ngai (倪翠彤) 🇭🇰🇨🇦 Sep 15
Jeez! Even mice 🐭 are seeking refuge. Hong Kong mice refugees in the hurricane.
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kim Sep 14
I really cant sleep knowing that out there in the up most part of the Philippines they're experiencing Signal no. 4. Sierra Madre ang pag-asa para pahinain yung bagyo.
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자키🍑 Sep 14
Please don't make someone's life put into danger just so you can have something to eat in the storm. Please stock up food while you can and PLEASE DON'T ASK FOR FOOD DELIVERIES IN THIS TYPE OF WEATHER. Keep safe everyone!
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Jhello Ferrer - RepTourTokyo Day 1&2 Sep 14
THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY HOTLINE Stop spreading this bcause you’re putting the life of the delivery man in danger. Cook your own food. Buy fastfood the next day You better share the real emergency hotlines like the ones who could really help save people
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zy loves kageyama Sep 14
Pls stop posting emergency hotlines and sharing tel numbers of food delivery services. People who deliver also need to be safe.
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Janno Mago Sep 14
Keep safe everyone!!! ⛈🌧 EMERGENCY HOTLINE MagsBeerDelivery - 0917 672 7581 😂 jk lang
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Oscar Gulmatico Jr. Sep 15
PRAY FOR CAGAYAN. PRAY FOR ILOCOS NORTE. PRAY FOR ISABELA. PRAY FOR APAYAO. PRAY FOR ABRA. PRAY FOR KALINGA. PRAY FOR BABUYAN GROUP OF ISLANDS. PRAY FOR THE PHILIPPINES!
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KEALOHA Sep 14
My town is being devastated by this looks unreal. Sending love and prayers to those being affected. 😪 📍Caaoacan Ilocos Norte,
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Kenneth Cadiang Sep 18
In the Cordilleras, the beautiful mountains of Itogon, Benguet were plundered by Benguet Corporation, the same mining company that forces its entry in the ancestral lands of the Manobo in Mindanao. Ten found dead and 56 more are missing.
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śon Sep 14
happy birthday, my childhood friend😋 godbless!! 😂
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AdrianManangan Sep 14
Cheer up! Ingat po tayong lahat... EMERGENCY FOOD HOTLINE Jollibee: 8-7000 McDonald’s: 8-6236 KFC: 887-8888 Chowking: 9-8888 Pizza Hut: 911-1111 Shakey’s: 77-7777 Greenwich: 5-5555 Max’s: 7-9000 Yellow Cab: 789-9999 Mang-Inasal: 733-1111 -ctto
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Kate Arellano Sep 14
in "Baguio City" 😞😞 Lord keep our family and friends safe from this typhoon
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Jose Mari Callueng Sep 14
network is doing a relief opts for the casualties of . Initial drop-off points for water, ready-to-eat food, blankets, tarpaulins and other relief items: QC - 25C Mabuhay St. Bgy. Central, Quezon City MANILA - 1139 P. Guevarra St., Sta. Cruz, Manila
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Reighn Buenaventura Sep 14
The aftermath of here at Tuguegarao City. Lord, heal our City and all other areas affected!
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LETRAN Bataan Sep 13
Following the announcement of Gov. Abet Garcia, classes in all levels are suspended tomorrow, September 14, 2018, due to the threat of . We advise Letranites to take the necessary precautions.
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SBU Bedaneers Sep 15
Hi, fellow Bedans! Typhoon Ompong has left a massive damage in our country. In that case, we are humbly asking everyone to help our countrymen. Proceeds will be donated to the victims of Habagat and Typhoon Ompong. Thank you very much and stay safe & dry!
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