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Tisoy Deals P904 Million Worth Of Damages To Bicol Schools

Bicol Schools Suffers P904 Million Worth Of Damages Due To Typhoon Tisoy TYPHOON TISOY – The onslaught of Typhoon Tisoy left Bicol with at least P904 million worth of damages. The typhoon was reported as the strongest one that hit the Philippines this year. It left hundreds of establishments in ruin in the Bicol area. […]

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