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World offers aid for typhoon-ravaged Philippines

Aid from all over the world floods into the central Philippines in the aftermath of a super typhoon. The country is overwhelmed by the scale of the devastation. More than 100 U.S. marines are in the Philippines to help relief efforts. They're helping hundreds of survivors in Tacloban's wrecked airport to leave on cargo planes bound for the capital Manila. (SOUNDBITE) (English) VOLUNTEER TEACHER FOR HEARING HANDICAP CHILDREN IN TACLOBAN FROM MISSOURI, USA, PAMELA WEISMAN, SAYING: "It's not a good idea for me to be here anymore, the fewer people that are here, the easier the relief will be, and I got to go tell my family I'm alive and there is no communication here at all." A U.S. aircraft carrier is also heading to the Philippines to speed up the distribution of food, medical supplies and water. It's carrying 7000 sailors and more than 80 aircraft. (SOUNDBITE) (English) USS ANTIETAM'S CAPTAIN THOMAS DISY, SAYING: "We think it's going to

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