Typhoon Haiyan Kills 100 in Philippines, Heads to VietnamJoel Guinto and Cecilia Yap
Super Typhoon Haiyan battered the central Philippines, triggering landslides and storm surges that left 100 people dead, destroyed an airport, cut power and phone lines and damaged crops before heading to Vietnam.
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