The death toll from a tropical storm that hit the central Philippines on Christmas Day has risen to 11 with thousands more forced out of their homes by landslides and flooding, officials said on Friday.
This file photo shows a boy riding on a makeshift raft as he makes his way near his flooded home after heavy rans brought about by Typhoon Bophal, in southern island of Mindanao, on December 4, 2012. Another tropical storm, Wukong, caused more destruction on Christmas Day, just weeks after Bopha hit the south of the country, flattening whole communities and killing more than 1,000 people.
Tropical Storm Wukong has caused new destruction just weeks after Typhoon Bopha hit the south of the country, flattening whole communities and killing more than 1,000 people.
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