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Philippines scrambles to avert public health crisis

Assistance is only just beginning to arrive in the storm-ravaged Philippines. Ref. Source 1

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UN launches Philippines aid appeal

UN launches appeal for $301m to help relief efforts in typhoon-hit areas of the Philippines Ref. BBC

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'Miracle baby' born in typhoon rubble

A NEW mum cried tears of joy after giving birth to a "Miracle'' girl in a typhoon-ravaged town, naming the baby after her missing grandmother. Ref. Source 4

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Marines, sailors deploy for Philippines

A San Diego-based cruiser is among a swelling number of U.S. Military resources heading for the Philippines to provide humanitarian assistance and disaster relief after one of the worst typhoons in history. ... Ref. Source 9

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Tons of aid in Philippines, not where needed

The day after Typhoon Haiyan struck the eastern Philippine coast, a team of 15 doctors and logistics experts was ready to fly here to the worst-hit city to help. Ref. Source 6

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Trying to rebuild after 'super storm'

The 48-hour ride from Manila to Hernani, Philippines, was nauseating. With every dip, our minivan hit a pothole. I wondered what these roads were like before Typhoon Haiyan struck Hernani - one ... Ref. Source 4

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Thousands live in Philippines ruins

The government is back at work, and markets are laden with fruits, pork, fish and bread. Ref. Source 2

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