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PHILIPPINES TYPHOON 2013
A Year After Typhoon Haiyan, 3,000 People Are Still Homeless
After Typhoon Haiyan, a Story of Devastation and Resilience in the Philippines
The people of the Philippines are not defeated. During our trip, we learned a Filipino word -- Bayanihan -- that perfectly encapsulates what we witnessed among typhoon survivors. The word means a spirit of communal effort.
Philippine Police Banned From Making 'Selfies' In Typhoon Area
WATCH: Mother And Daughter Reunite After Philippines Typhoon
Return To Tacloban After Typhoon Haiyan Filled With Terror, Dread And A Little Hope
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Just 3 Pathologists Struggle To Identify Typhoon's Dead
Typhoon Relief Efforts Pick Up
Report That Typhoon Death Toll Nearly Doubled Was Incorrect
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Was The Philippines Ill-Prepared For A Monster Typhoon?
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Before And After Photos Show Exactly Why The Philippines Needs Your Help After Haiyan
This Is How Big Typhoon Haiyan Really Was
U.S. And Britain Send Warships To Philippines
Here's A Terrifying Glimpse Into Typhoon Haiyan
Typhoon Survivors Beg For Help
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