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Filipinos crowd into Manila shelters, brace for more bad weather

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Lornitas Calub hugs her grandson at a crowded evacuation shelter on Aug. 13, in Manila, Philippines. The weather is slated to deteriorate as another low pressure system makes its way to the region. According to the Office of Civil Defense, the floods left at least 96 people dead and affected up to 2.68 million people in Manila and surrounding provinces, with more than 440,000 fleeing to evacuation centers.

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A man gives himself a bath at a crowded evacuation shelter on Aug. 13, in Manila, Philippines.

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Displaced flood victims sleep at a crowded evacuation shelter on Aug. 13, in Manila, Philippines.

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Fillippino women walk through muddy flood water to reach their home as the mud and debris continue to cause massive problems in the flood effected areas on Aug. 13, in Manila, Philippines.

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A city worker helps clear debris in the ongoing flood clean up effort on Aug. 13, in Manila, Philippines.

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