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Dumaguete City, PhilippinesTuesday, August 30, 2011
Negros Oriental
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1M Filipinos to pray rosaries for peace
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Super-typhoon
leaves 16 dead

BY JUDY F. PARTLOW

MANILA - Super-typhoon Nanmadol (Mina) left at least 16 people dead after hitting the Philippines, and the toll is expected to rise as hopes of finding those missing fade, the civil defense chief said yesterday.

Over 61,000 people have been evacuated from their homes after Nanmadol, the strongest storm to hit the country this year, lashed the northern edge of the main island of Luzon at the weekend, causing landslides and floods.

Most of the 16 killed were buried in landslides, including two children in northern Baguio who were killed in an avalanche of rubbish at the city dump, said civil defense operations chief Benito Ramos.

Minor shot, in the leg
BY MARICAR ARANAS

A 16-year-old was shot in the leg by motorcycle rider in tandem  ove the weekend  near the Tabuc-Tubig Barangay Hall, in  Dumaguete City.

Police investigators  disclosed that  the victim  who was also riding a motorcycle,  sustained a gunshot wound in the left leg and a head injury.

Cemeroy Monopollo, 16, and a  resident of Upper Lukewright, Dumaguete City said he  was with two companions  and  saw the suspects  who shot him.

1M Filipinos to pray
rosaries for peace

MANILA -- The Family Rosary Crusade in the Philippines is spearheading a campaign to get one million Filipinos to pray one million rosaries in 200 days for all nations in the world.

Dubbed “A million roses for the World: Filipinos at Prayer: Peace for All Nations", the campaign aims to rally Filipinos here and abroad to offer one rosary each day for a particular country in the world in 200 days.

The nationwide activity will begin on October 7, 2011, the feast of our Lady of the Rosary and end May 31, 2012, Feast of Our Lady of All Nations.

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