PANOORIN: Pag-ibig sa gitna ni Bagyong Pablo

Ikinasal ang dalawang senior citizen matapos magkadebelopan dahil sa Bagyong Pablo. 

FACTBOX: Asia's deadliest disasters

The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) on Tuesday released its 2015 report on the most disaster-prone region in the world.

From rice bowl to flood bowl: Lando's impact in Nueva Ecija

Typhoon Lando has inundated rice fields and other farms in at least 10 provinces spread over 5 regions. The town of Bongabon in the country's "rice bowl" of Nueva Ecija, bordered by the mountains of Aurora, was inundated by flood waters from rains dumped by Typhoon Lando over Luzon's heavily-balded forests.

INFOGRAPHIC: Typhoon Lando, by the numbers

Typhoon Lando made landfall in Luzon early Sunday morning and cut a swath of destruction through central and northern Luzon for several days.

Binalewala? Community in Baler yet to receive roof sheets

Nine days after Typhoon "Lando" pummeled Luzon with slashing rains and howling winds, many residents in the province of Baler, Aurora are still appealing for government aid to rebuild their ruined homes.

Hurricane Patricia spares Mexican cities, roars through remote villages

Hurricane Patricia caused less damage than feared on Mexico's Pacific coast on Saturday, but hammered an isolated part of the shoreline dotted with luxury villas and fishing villages, where the storm and its 165 mph (266 kph) winds landed.

Many communities still recovering from 'Lando'

The death toll from typhoon Lando has risen to 47. Eighty-two others were injured, while four are missing.

NDRRMC: 'Lando' most destructive typhoon this year

Disaster officials call ''Lando'' the most destructive typhoon to hit the Philippines this year.

UN office lauds PH's 'improved' response to disasters

MANILA - The head of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) praised the Philippines for its successful efforts to reduce mortality and the number of people affected by the latest typhoon.

Hurricane Patricia weakens as it rumbles across Mexico

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico - Record-breaking Hurricane Patricia weakened as it rumbled across western Mexico early Saturday, uprooting trees and triggering landslides but so far causing less damage than feared, officials said.