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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Feb 20)
MANILA, Feb 20 (dpa): Thousands of people in the southern Philippines fled their homes ahead of a tropical storm expected to bring heavy rains and trigger landslides, officials said on Saturday.
JAKARTA, Feb 20 (Reuters): Severe flooding across several areas in the Indonesian capital forced more than a thousand people to flee their homes on Saturday, with the country’s meteorology agency warning the conditions were set to continue for the next week.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Severe flooding across several areas in the Indonesian capital forced more than a thousand people to flee their homes on Saturday, with the country’s meteorology agency warning the conditions were set to continue for the next week.
MANILA, Feb 20 (dpa): The Philippines' second-most active volcano on Friday night (Feb 19) spewed steam-laden plumes reaching 40 metres high, more than one year since it erupted, the government volcanology institute said.
PASIR MAS: Fifteen families have been evacuated after the Sungai Kelantan riverbank near Dataran Air Muleh, Kampung Jalan Pohon Celagi here, collapsed.
JAKARTA (Xinhua): At least 12 people have died in a landslide that hit a rural part of the Indonesian province of East Java on Sunday (Feb 14), while seven others remain missing, according to the latest figures released by the country's disaster mitigation agency on Wednesday.
MANILA (Bloomberg): Philippine authorities evacuated dozens of people from areas near Taal volcano, a tourist attraction 65km south of the capital, after it recorded increased seismic activities.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Donald Trump's acquittal on charges of inciting a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol left Democrats and Republicans deeply divided on Sunday even as his Democratic successor, Joe Biden, sought to move on with his political and economic agenda.
JAKARTA, Feb 8 (Reuters): Floods, heavy rain and power outages led people to evacuate their homes in parts of Indonesia's capital on Monday, with the conditions - worsened by the La Nina weather pattern - expected to continue until March or April.