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 A truck transports evacuated residents through  floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A vendor wades through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 Men wade through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 Residents begin to clean their homes submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 Children play basketball in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Makati City, Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A resident takes a break from cleaning her house that was submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A man wades through floodwater that submerged a residential community in Sitio Lambak, Taytay Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A man wades through floodwaters in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 Residents are rescued by government workers in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
 A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
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 A man rests on a pew  inside a church that was turned into an evacuation centre for people made homeless by the floods in Quezon City August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     
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 A truck transports evacuated residents through  floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A truck transports evacuated residents through  floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A vendor wades through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A vendor wades through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 Men wade through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

Men wade through floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 Residents begin to clean their homes submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

Residents begin to clean their homes submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 Children play basketball in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Makati City, Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

Children play basketball in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Makati City, Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A resident takes a break from cleaning her house that was submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A resident takes a break from cleaning her house that was submerged in floodwaters caused by monsoon rains in Sucat, Paranaque south of Metro Manila August 19, 2013. Heavy rain in the Philippine capital forced the closure of government offices, schools, banks and most private companies on Monday, and residents in parts of the city and nearby provinces had to flee from their homes because of floods. At least three people were killed and two were missing in accidents caused by the rain and flooding, disaster and government officials said. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A man wades through floodwater that submerged a residential community in Sitio Lambak, Taytay Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A man wades through floodwater that submerged a residential community in Sitio Lambak, Taytay Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A man wades through floodwaters in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A man wades through floodwaters in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 Residents are rescued by government workers in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

Residents are rescued by government workers in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

 A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A man carries a child as they move into an evacuation site in Tumana, Rizal Province August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

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 A man rests on a pew  inside a church that was turned into an evacuation centre for people made homeless by the floods in Quezon City August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)
       
     

A man rests on a pew  inside a church that was turned into an evacuation centre for people made homeless by the floods in Quezon City August 20, 2013. Monsoon rains reinforced by a tropical storm flooded half the Philippine capital in just 24 hours, triggering landslides and killing at least seven people, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/John Javellana (PHILIPPINES)

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