‘Yolanda’ victims still need help — UN

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HUMANITARIAN and early recovery needs remain great in typhoon-hit Philippines, a senior United Nations official said following a joint international mission to the areas of Guiuan, Ormoc and Tacloban. “We saw the enormity of the destruction that communities in the path of the storm endured. We also saw the great progress that has been made in providing…

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