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Food, Water Are Top Concerns for Philippine Survivors

In the Central Philippines authorities are struggling to reach many of the some 600,000 people displaced by Super Typhoon Haiyan. Officials anticipate a death toll in the thousands. At the Villamor Air Force Base in Manila, C130 planes filled with relief goods are headed to one of the hardest hit cities, Tacloban in Leyte Province. Some relief organizations say their provisions are taking three times longer to get there because so many land routes have been blocked by massive piles of...

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