Manila Reopens Airport as Typhoon That Displaced 500,000 Leaves
A woman shelters under an umbrella during heavy rainfall outside the temporary evacuation center at Balzain East Elementary School ahead of Typhoon Mangkhut’s arrival in Tuguegarao, Cagayan province, the Philippines. (Photographer: Carlo Gabuco/Bloomberg)  

Manila Reopens Airport as Typhoon That Displaced 500,000 Leaves

(Bloomberg) -- The Philippines reopened its main airport late Tuesday as Typhoon Kammuri heads to the South China Sea, leaving at least three people dead and displacing half a million more.
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