Philippines counts cost of deadly typhoon
The Philippines is counting the human and economic cost of Typhoon Mangkhut, which ripped through its main island with deadly consequences yesterday (Saturday).
Officials say at least 14 people died but blocked roads and downed communications lines mean the true impact on rural areas is not yet clear.
Extensive crop damage is feared in the agricultural province of Cagayan.
The storm, which packs a 900km (550 mile) rain band and strong winds, is now heading towards southern China.