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'More Boats Than Fishermen' in Typhoon-Hit Philippines

One year after a super typhoon shattered millions of people’s lives in the central Philippines, the massive storm is still affecting some of the island nation's poorest residents, particularly their quest for regular employment. In a small fishing community east of downtown Tacloban, a city of Leyte province where most of the 7,300 dead or missing resided, some tiny fiberglass boats sit unused, collecting rainwater on the shore among overgrown beach plants. Others remain securely...

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