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Typhoon Hagupit in pictures

December 08, 2014, 16:39 UTC+3
According to the Red Cross, at least 22 people became victims of the typhoon Hagupit which had slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6
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Philippine authorities on December 3 began to evacuate coastal areas that could be hit by storm surges from a powerful cyclone barrelling towards the country's eastern coast. Photo: Digital path of Typhoon Hagupit , Philippines, 03 December 2014
Philippine authorities on December 3 began to evacuate coastal areas that could be hit by storm surges from a powerful cyclone barrelling towards the country's eastern coast. Photo: Digital path of Typhoon Hagupit , Philippines, 03 December 2014
Philippine authorities on December 3 began to evacuate coastal areas that could be hit by storm surges from a powerful cyclone barrelling towards the country's eastern coast. Photo: Digital path of Typhoon Hagupit , Philippines, 03 December 2014
© PA/DENNIS M. SABANGAN
Tens of thousands of people fled their homes in the Philippines and thousands more were stranded after flights and sea travel were cancelled ahead of a powerful typhoon's expected landfall. Photo: Filipino residents evacuate to safer ground, Samar island, Philippines, 06 December 2014
Tens of thousands of people fled their homes in the Philippines and thousands more were stranded after flights and sea travel were cancelled ahead of a powerful typhoon's expected landfall. Photo: Filipino residents evacuate to safer ground, Samar island, Philippines, 06 December 2014
Tens of thousands of people fled their homes in the Philippines and thousands more were stranded after flights and sea travel were cancelled ahead of a powerful typhoon's expected landfall. Photo: Filipino residents evacuate to safer ground, Samar island, Philippines, 06 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
Photo: People take shelter inside a temporary evacuation center in a village of Cebu province, central Philippines, 05 December 2014
Photo: People take shelter inside a temporary evacuation center in a village of Cebu province, central Philippines, 05 December 2014
Photo: People take shelter inside a temporary evacuation center in a village of Cebu province, central Philippines, 05 December 2014
© EPA/JAY ROMMEL LABRA
Photo: Workers reinforce a building ahead of evacuation in Ormoc City, Philippines, 05 December 2014
Photo: Workers reinforce a building ahead of evacuation in Ormoc City, Philippines, 05 December 2014
Photo: Workers reinforce a building ahead of evacuation in Ormoc City, Philippines, 05 December 2014
© EPA/ROBERT DEJON
Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6
Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6
Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Typhoon knocked out power in entire coastal provinces, mowed down trees and forced more than 1 million people to evacuate. Photo: Strong waves crash into coastal houses as Typhoon Hagupit pounds Legazpi, eastern Philippines
Typhoon knocked out power in entire coastal provinces, mowed down trees and forced more than 1 million people to evacuate. Photo: Strong waves crash into coastal houses as Typhoon Hagupit pounds Legazpi, eastern Philippines
Typhoon knocked out power in entire coastal provinces, mowed down trees and forced more than 1 million people to evacuate. Photo: Strong waves crash into coastal houses as Typhoon Hagupit pounds Legazpi, eastern Philippines
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Typhoon survivors evacuate to safer grounds with their belongings, central Philippines
Photo: Typhoon survivors evacuate to safer grounds with their belongings, central Philippines
Photo: Typhoon survivors evacuate to safer grounds with their belongings, central Philippines
© AP Photo, Paul Cinco
At least 22 people became victims of the typhoon. Photo: A house in a coastal village in eastern Philippines on Monday, December 8, 2014
At least 22 people became victims of the typhoon. Photo: A house in a coastal village in eastern Philippines on Monday, December 8, 2014
At least 22 people became victims of the typhoon. Photo: A house in a coastal village in eastern Philippines on Monday, December 8, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Toppled electrical posts in Camalig, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
Photo: Toppled electrical posts in Camalig, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
Photo: Toppled electrical posts in Camalig, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Hagupit means "lash" in Filipino. Photo: Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Hagupit hit shore in Legazpi, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
Hagupit means "lash" in Filipino. Photo: Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Hagupit hit shore in Legazpi, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
Hagupit means "lash" in Filipino. Photo: Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Hagupit hit shore in Legazpi, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Children at an evacuation center, Philippines
Photo: Children at an evacuation center, Philippines
Photo: Children at an evacuation center, Philippines
© AP Photo/Bullit Marquez
Photo: Pilipino typhoon victim cries as she views what is left of her home in the typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
Photo: Pilipino typhoon victim cries as she views what is left of her home in the typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
Photo: Pilipino typhoon victim cries as she views what is left of her home in the typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
On December 8 typhoon Hagupit weakened into a storm.  Photo: A damaged house in a typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
On December 8 typhoon Hagupit weakened into a storm.  Photo: A damaged house in a typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
On December 8 typhoon Hagupit weakened into a storm. Photo: A damaged house in a typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
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Philippine authorities on December 3 began to evacuate coastal areas that could be hit by storm surges from a powerful cyclone barrelling towards the country's eastern coast. Photo: Digital path of Typhoon Hagupit , Philippines, 03 December 2014
© PA/DENNIS M. SABANGAN
Tens of thousands of people fled their homes in the Philippines and thousands more were stranded after flights and sea travel were cancelled ahead of a powerful typhoon's expected landfall. Photo: Filipino residents evacuate to safer ground, Samar island, Philippines, 06 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
Photo: People take shelter inside a temporary evacuation center in a village of Cebu province, central Philippines, 05 December 2014
© EPA/JAY ROMMEL LABRA
Photo: Workers reinforce a building ahead of evacuation in Ormoc City, Philippines, 05 December 2014
© EPA/ROBERT DEJON
Typhoon Hagupit slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Typhoon knocked out power in entire coastal provinces, mowed down trees and forced more than 1 million people to evacuate. Photo: Strong waves crash into coastal houses as Typhoon Hagupit pounds Legazpi, eastern Philippines
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Typhoon survivors evacuate to safer grounds with their belongings, central Philippines
© AP Photo, Paul Cinco
At least 22 people became victims of the typhoon. Photo: A house in a coastal village in eastern Philippines on Monday, December 8, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Toppled electrical posts in Camalig, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Hagupit means "lash" in Filipino. Photo: Strong winds and rain from Typhoon Hagupit hit shore in Legazpi, eastern Philippines, December 7, 2014
© AP Photo/Aaron Favila
Photo: Children at an evacuation center, Philippines
© AP Photo/Bullit Marquez
Photo: Pilipino typhoon victim cries as she views what is left of her home in the typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG
On December 8 typhoon Hagupit weakened into a storm. Photo: A damaged house in a typhoon hit town, Samar island, Philippines, 08 December 2014
© EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG

According to the Red Cross, at least 22 people became victims of the typhoon Hagupit which had slammed into the central Philippines' east coast on December 6. Typhoon knocked out power in entire coastal provinces, mowed down trees and forced more than 1 million people to evacuate. Hagupit means "lash" in Filipino. Areas hit by the disaster - in TASS photo gallery.

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