Floods paralyse Philippine capital Manila
At least sixteen people have been reported dead as torrential rain caused flooding that paralysed most parts of the Philippine capital, Manila.
The flooding - neck-deep in some areas - forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes, closing schools, offices and the stock exchange.
Nine members of one family died after a landslide hit shanty houses in Quezon City, a government report said.
More than 50 people died when Typhoon Saola struck more than a week ago.
Kate McGeown reports.