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Philippines Still Scarred by Typhoon Haiyan

In the most devastated areas of the central Philippines, where super typhoon Haiyan struck a blow at 14 million people last November 8, almost all of the debris is gone and utilities are back on. But there is still a shortage of housing and work. The storm killed at least 6,000 people and displaced 4 million, after destroying or severely damaged an estimated 1.1 million homes. The city of Tacloban suffered the greatest concentration of losses. Hidden away by tall grass near the water’s...

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