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110 viewsRelatives of casualties of Typhoon Sendong join the Mass on 25 January 2012 commemorating the 40th day since the killer floods wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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100 viewsJake and Maureen Cortes prepare on 25 January 2012 to release balloons with a tarpauline with the pictures of their three siblings Maylene Fe, Kyle Cheryl and Sweety Mae during the 40th day commemoration of the floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong in Iligan City. The bodies of Maylene Fe and Sweety Mae had been buried, while that of the infant Kyle Cheryl has not been found yet. Jan 25, 2012
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107 viewsIliganons flock to the Mandulog River on 25 January 2012 to commemorate the 40th day since the killer floods brought about by Typhoon Sendong wiped out villages and killed 700 people while around 500 still missing. In the Catholic tradition, the 40th day is believed to be the day when the deceased ascends into heaven. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 25, 2012
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112 viewsDOG THERAPY. Child survivors of Sendong get to play with Thunder, a 5-year-old Pug owned by Iligan dog enthusiast Carl Lai (in yellow shirt), in a psychosocial intervention facilitated by the group Ginhawa at an evacuation center at Barangay Sta. Filomena in Iligan City 21 January 2012. Thunder has been a grand champion in a national dog competition. Veterinarian Bambi T. Flor (right) supervises the activity. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 21, 2012
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113 viewsDOG THERAPY. A Sendong child survivor can't help but kiss Nike, a 6-year-old Golden Retriever owned by Iligan dog enthusiast Gary Po, during a psychosocial intervention facilitated by the group Ginhawa at an evacuation center at Barangay Sta. Filomena in Iligan City 21 January 2012. Nike has been a Hall of Famer in national dog competitions. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 21, 2012
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109 viewsDOG THERAPY. Sendong child survivors get to walk with Nike, a 6-year-old Golden Retriever owned by Iligan dog enthusiast Gary Po, in a psychosocial intervention facilitated by the group Ginhawa at an evacuation center at Barangay Sta. Filomena in Iligan City 21 January 2012. Nike has been a Hall of Famer in national dog competitions. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 21, 2012
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108 viewsDOG THERAPY. Sendong child survivors get to play with Nike, a 6-year-old Golden Retriever owned by Iligan dog enthusiast Gary Po, in a psychosocial intervention facilitated by the group Ginhawa at an evacuation center at Barangay Sta. Filomena in Iligan City 21 January 2012. Nike has been a Hall of Famer in national dog competitions. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 21, 2012
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128 viewsDOG THERAPY. Sendong child survivors get to play with Nike, a 6-year-old Golden Retriever owned by Iligan dog enthusiast Gary Po, in a psychosocial intervention facilitated by the group Ginhawa at an evacuation center at Barangay Sta. Filomena in Iligan City 21 January 2012. Nike has been a Hall of Famer in national dog competitions. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraJan 21, 2012
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109 viewsJose Plangganan was luckier than his neighbors whose houses (on the left side) in Barangay Talisay, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur were totally destroyed by Sendong. He is doing repair work for the minor damage in his house on Jan. 12, 2012. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-FastenopferJan 20, 2012
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99 viewsMichael Lindog shows how he carried the crucifix and the two statues that he saved from the ruins of San Vicente Ferrer chapel in Sitio Barobo, Barangay San Juan in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. Sendong razed down the chapel situated atop a hill. Photo taken Jan. 13, 2012 by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-FastenopferJan 20, 2012
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113 viewsIsidro Lincones, the lay preacher tasked by the church to say masses in the absence of a priest, looks at the remains of the San Vicente Ferrer chapel in Sitio Barobo, Barangay San Juan in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur on Jan. 13, 2012. Sendong razed down the chapel situated atop a hill. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-FastenopferJan 20, 2012
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92 viewsThe house of Jimmy and Evangeline Acedella, of the small island of Maowa in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur, was split into two when the strong winds of typhoon Sendong toppled a coconut tree, falling right into their house. Photo by Bobby Timonera / MindaNews-SCLF-FastenopferJan 20, 2012
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