This Earth Observatory image made on Monday, provided by NASA, shows Typhoon Bopha moving toward the Philippines. Typhoon Bopha slammed into the Davao region of the Philippines early Tuesday, killing at least seven people and forcing more than 50,000 to flee from inundated villages.
This photo, provided by NASA and made Sunday from the International Space Station, shows Typhoon Bopha moving toward the Philippines.
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A Philippine governor says at least 33 villagers and soldiers have drowned when torrents of water dumped by a powerful typhoon rushed down a mountain, engulfing the victims and bringing the death toll from the storm to about 40. Gov. Arturo Uy says rain from Typhoon Bopha accumulated atop a mountain and then burst down on Andap village in New Bataan town in Compostela Valley early Tuesday.