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Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

Powereful typhoon Mirinae (Santi) hit several provinces in the Philippines, dozens of houses in coastal areas were swept away, about 50 houses were also destroyed by strong winds.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Mirinae (Santi)
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
31/10/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

The country prepared for the approaching Typhoon Lupit (locally known as Ramil), provoking serious concerns that an already battered population faces further hardships, including the threat of land

Disaster Information
Name: 
Tropical Cyclone
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
22/10/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Japan

On 8 October 2009, a strong typhoon 0918(Melor) has struck Japan, leaving a trail of damage across the centre of the country.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Tropical Cyclone
Region: 
Japan
Occurance Date: 
08/10/2009

Tropical Cyclone in P Dem Rep Lao

Tropical Storm Ketsana hit Southern Laos on 30/09/2009 early morning, Causing Widespread Flooding in 3 Provinces of Southern of Lao PDR.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Ketsana
Region: 
Lao P. Dem. Rep.
Occurance Date: 
30/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Cambodia

At least nine people have died in Kampong Thom province in central Cambodia due to Typhoon Ketsana on 30 September 2009.

Disaster Information
Name: 
TC
Region: 
Cambodia
Occurance Date: 
02/10/2009

Typhoon Parma Alert

Typhoon Parma, 180 km (110 miles) northeast of the island of Catanduanes in the central Philippines, gaining strength as it headed west-northwest toward the Luzon mainland, bringing heavy rain.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Parma
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
02/10/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Vietnam

A serious typhoon is approaching Vietnam and it is expected to hit central provinces this evening.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Ketsana
Region: 
Vietnam
Occurance Date: 
29/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

Typhoon Ketsana hit the main island of Luzon on Sept. 26, with the resulting floods affecting tens of thousands of people and forcing the Philippines to appeal for international aid.

Disaster Information
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
26/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

Due to heavy rains, around 382 families, 995 persons, evacuated in 6 municipalities of the Laguna Province.

Disaster Information
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
13/09/2009

Tropical Cyclone in Philippines

Nine have died or have gone missing due to tropical depression Maring that spawned rains and landslides in northern Philippines while the number of affected people doubled to over 300,000.

Disaster Information
Name: 
Tropical Cyclone in Philippines
Region: 
Philippines
Occurance Date: 
10/09/2009
latitude: 
10.9264
longitude: 
122.489