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A barefoot mother pushes a tricycle with her children on board as they look for a dry place to spend the night after their shanty collapsed in the onslaught of typhoon Conson on Wednesday, July 14, 2010, at Taytay township, Rizal province, east of Manila. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Residents wade through a flooded street in Las Pinas, Philippines, south of Manila, on Wednesday, July 14, 2010, hours after typhoon Conson lashed the Manila area and other provinces. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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A worker walks past damage brought by strong winds from typhoon Conson at a roof-deck basketball court in suburban Manila on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

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typhoon_3010

Residents fix their shanties along a coastal road after typhoon Conson hit Las Pinas, Philippines, south of Manila, on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Residents fix their shanties along a coastal road after typhoon Conson hit Las Pinas, Philippines, south of Manila, on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Residents push a stalled passenger jeepney in Las Pinas, Philippines, hours after typhoon Conson lashed Manila and other provinces on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Residents of Las Pinas, Philippines, south of Manila, wade through a flooded street after typhoon Conson hit the country on Wednesday, July 14, 2010. The Philippines' first typhoon of the year prompted flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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Vessels operate in the area of the Deepwater Horizon disaster on the Gulf of Mexico, Tuesday, July 13, 2010. BP officials have placed a containment cap over the leak in hopes that the flow of oil will be diminished. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

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Residents wade through a flooded street at Las Pinas, south of Manila, on Wednesday, July 14, 2010, hours after typhoon Conson lashed through Manila and other provinces in the Philippines. The first typhoon to lash the Philippines this year has toppled trees and power lines, causing widespread blackouts, canceling flights, classes and suspending work in some government offices. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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In this photo taken Tuesday, July 13, 2010, people gather around damaged houses after the flooding in Xiaohe, southwest China's Yunnan Province. Landslides slammed into three mountain hamlets in western China early Tuesday, killing 17 people and leaving 44 missing, while crews drained a fast-rising reservoir in another part of the country following heavy rains. The landslides swept through three different areas before dawn, state media said. In the worst-hit town of Xiaohe in Yunnan province, four died and rescuers were searching for 42 others, the official provincial newspaper Yunnan Daily reported on its website. (AP Photo/Xinhua)

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Men stand outside their flooded homes in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, Friday July 9, 2010. A tropical depression that came ashore just north of the mouth of the Rio Grande on Thursday was expected to add 6 inches to 8 inches of rain to rivers and reservoirs in south Texas and northern Mexico already swollen from the heavy rains dropped by Hurricane Alex. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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A swollen Rio Grande, driven by dam releases upstream and rain-swollen tributaries following last week's Hurricane Alex, pushes against a railroad crossing, July 9, 2010, in Laredo, Texas. The river has crested, but is not expected to drop for several days. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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A woman walks along international Bridge 2 that connects Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, bottom, and the U.S. city of Laredo, top, separated by the swollen Rio Grande as seen from Mexico, Friday July 9, 2010. A tropical depression that came ashore just north of the mouth of the Rio Grande on Thursday was expected to add 6 inches to 8 inches of rain to rivers and reservoirs in south Texas and northern Mexico already swollen from the heavy rains dropped by Hurricane Alex. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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A man tosses water from his flooded home in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, Friday July 9, 2010. A tropical depression that came ashore just north of the mouth of the Rio Grande on Thursday was expected to add 6 inches to 8 inches of rain to rivers and reservoirs in south Texas and northern Mexico already swollen from the heavy rains dropped by Hurricane Alex. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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A swollen Rio Grande, driven by dam releases upstream and rain-swollen tributaries following last week's Hurricane Alex, pushes against International Bridge 1, which remains closed, and International Bridge 2, in the back, still open, Friday, July 9, 2010, in Laredo, Texas. The river has crested, but is not expected to drop for several days. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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A trailer that floated down the Rio Grande, driven by dam releases upstream and rain-swollen tributaries following last week's Hurricane Alex, is secured to the bank, Friday, July 9, 2010, in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. The river has crested, but is not expected to drop for several days. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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A swollen Rio Grande, driven by dam releases upstream and rain-swollen tributaries following last week's Hurricane Alex, pushes against International Bridge 1, foreground, which remains closed, and International Bridge 2, background, still open, Friday, July 9, 2010, in Laredo, Texas. The river has crested, but is not expected to drop for several days. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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People rest on the floor of a warehouse in Nuevo Laredo, northeastern Mexico, after being evacuated from the nearby town of Ciudad Anahuac, Tuesday, July 6, 2010. About 18,000 people were evacuated Tuesday from Ciudad Anahuac where authorities opened a dam's floodgates for fear it would overflow from rains that accompanied Hurricane Alex. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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A person cools off in spraying water from a fire hydrant in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Tuesday, July 6, 2010. The East Coast broiled under an unforgiving sun Tuesday as the temperature soared above 100 degrees in several cities. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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A person cools off in spraying water from a fire hydrant in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Tuesday, July 6, 2010. The East Coast broiled under an unforgiving sun Tuesday as the temperature soared above 100 degrees in several cities. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)