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Clark, Philippines (Dec 1): The Philippines has begun evacuating thousands of people, local officials said on Sunday (Dec 1), as a powerful typhoon rumbling in from the Pacific forced South-East Asian Games organisers to cancel or reschedule some events.
MANILA (Bloomberg): Typhoon Kammuri intensified as it came closer to hitting land in the Philippines' main island of Luzon, prompting airlines to cancel some flights and local authorities to suspend classes.
CLARK: Malaysian lawn bowlers were on fire, as they rolled their way to a three-gold sweep in the SEA Games.
Manila (Dec 2): Tens of thousands of people sheltered in evacuation centres as powerful Typhoon Kammuri barreled towards the Philippines on Monday (Dec 2), disrupting plans for the South-East Asian Games events near the capital Manila.
Clark, Philippines (Dec 2): South-East Asian Games venues and officials in the Manila region are "ready", competition organisers said on Monday (Dec 2), as powerful Typhoon Kammuri churned toward the Philippines. There was no talk of cancelling the Games as the storm headed for a swathe of the nation's north that includes key competition hubs as well as thousands of athletes, and had already impacted scheduling.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): AirAsia has cancelled and rescheduled a number of flights within as well as to and from the Philippines starting Monday (Dec 2) until Wednesday (Dec 4) due to Typhoon Kammuri.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines evacuated 200,000 people in coastal and mountainous areas due to fears of flooding and landslides and said it would also shut its main international airport as a powerful typhoon was set to make landfall on Monday night.
Manila: Tens of thousands of people sheltered in evacuation centres as powerful Typhoon Kammuri barrelled towards the Philippines, threatening plans for South-East Asian Games events near the capital Manila.
MANILA (Agencies): At least one person has died in the Philippines and tens of thousands have been evacuated while airport operations at the capital has been suspended as Typhoon Kammuri moved closer to the main Luzon island.
MANILA (Reuters) - A typhoon struck the Philippines on Tuesday bringing heavy rains and prompting preemptive halts in air travel, schools and government offices, with some 200,000 people evacuated after warnings of floods and landslides.