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Typhoon survivors struggle to rebuild

Two weeks after super typhoon Haiyan tore through parts of the Philippines, residents like Arturo Movilla are trying to rebuild their lives. He lost everything... his home, his business, and most importantly, four members of his family. With scraps of corrugated roof and drift wood, Movilla says it's every man for himself. (SOUNDBITE) (Filipino) PALO RESIDENT ROEL GULAR SAYING: "To rebuild this, we need to rely on ourselves first temporarily. There's so many of us here. The government can't accommodate everyone." For others, the massive and far reaching devastation is reminiscent of a past era. It's as if we got hurled back to the days of MacArthur, this man said. We have to start from scratch. Besides a roof over their head, typhoon survivors still need food, water and other supplies. Although more aid is flowing into the region, officials say graft and corruption issues complicate distribution. With cleanup and rebuilding far fro

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