UN Rushes Aid as Typhoon Haiyan Leaves Philippines Counting DeadCecilia Yap, Joel Guinto and Simeon Bennett
Super Typhoon Haiyan left as many as 10,000 people dead in the Philippines after storm surges flooded islands and gale-force winds knocked down buildings and destroyed an airport before moving toward Vietnam.
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