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Philippines: Dumaguete Flood

The roads of Dumaguete suddenly became rivers when heavy rains battered the central Philippine city over the weekend. I Hate My Job shares his account of the flooding along with photos and videos. He also posted more pictures of the destruction left in the flood's aftermath. Meanwhile, Anthology of Snippets witnessed the flood firsthand. aNesstajah claims that Dumaguete is awash with flood stories.

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  • […] 4. My Global Voices roundups for February: (1) about creating a top-rating noontime show, (2) reflections on OFWs, (3) on corruption, the World Bank, and the Philippines, (4) on the proposal to add one more year to college, (5) the baro at saya, (6) 12 recommendations for Bacolod, and (7) the Dumaguete flood. […]

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