A man looks at what's left of shanties after a landslide caused by three days of monsoon rains swept through a coastal town on September 24, 2013 in Castillejos town, Zambales Philippines. Rural towns north of Manila experienced its worst flooding in recent years leaving at least 32 dead and leaving hundreds stranded on rooftops, and making roads impassable. (Getty Images)
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