Monday, December 14
Hundreds of thousands of people have been evacuated in the central Philippines, where a fierce storm is lashing coastal areas with heavy wind and rain.
Monday, October 19
Flood waters unleashed by a deadly, slow-moving typhoon have invaded more and more towns in the northern Philippines, forcing people to clamber onto rooftops to await rescue.
Monday, September 28
Torrential rains and high winds are predicted across Taiwan from Monday as Dujuan nears the east coast, with landfall predicted around 11pm local time
Monday, December 08
Typhoon Hagupit weakened to a tropical storm as it churned close to the Philippine capital on Monday, after killing 27 people on the eastern island of Samar island where it flattened homes, toppled trees and cut power and communications.
Monday, October 06
A powerful typhoon made landfall in central Japan Monday morning after washing three American airmen in Okinawa out to sea the previous day, killing at least one.
Friday, July 18
A powerful storm that battered the central Philippines has killed 38 people and left millions without power.
Thursday, July 17
At least six people were killed as this year’s strongest storm to make landfall in the Philippines lashed Manila, shutting schools, offices and financial markets and knocking out power across most of the capital.
Wednesday, July 09
Storm headed for mainland after crossing Okinawa, bringing heavy rains and sparking mass evacuations
Sunday, November 17
TANAUAN, the Philippines — For Teoderico Canales and her family, survival after Typhoon Haiyan has literally meant living in a pigsty. Their only water comes from a pump next to a small river where many people drowned.
Wednesday, November 13
The death toll from Typhoon Haiyan's rampage through the Philippines is closer to 2,000 or 2,500 than the 10,000 previously estimated, President Benigno Aquino said on Tuesday as U.S. and British warships headed toward his nation to help with relief efforts.