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41 viewsMUTE WITNESS TO TRAGEDY. A religious statue on top of the mountain in Tolosa town in Leyte remains intact after super typhoon Yolanda ripped through communities in Leyte and Samar on Nov. 8. All trees and houses below this mountain were devastated. Photo taken on Nov. 15. Roel N. Catoto
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31 viewsWORTHLESS. Rene Boy O. Castil, a typhoon victim, shows a note from the municipal DSWD of Tanauan, Leyte that he should be given free ride by a bus company owing to their situation. But the conductor and the driver of the bus that took him to Mindanao did not honor the note. Photo taken on November 17, 2013. Roel N. Catoto
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27 viewsDAVAO BOUND. Determined to start a new life after super typhoon wreaked havoc in Leyte, his home province, Rene Boy Castil heads for Davao City on Nov. 17 with his family. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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46 viewsYouth and students help to pack relief goods for Yolanda survivors at the Philippine Ports Authority warehouse in Surigao City Wednesday 13 November 2013. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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41 viewsBoy and Girl Scouts and people from various groups help to pack relief goods for Yolanda survivors at the Philippine Ports Authority warehouse in Surigao City Wednesday 13 November 2013. MindaNews photo by Roel N. Catoto
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30 viewsA private car got stuck in the middle of the highway in Tagum City, Nov. 12, 2013 as heavy rains from typhoon Zoraida caused flooding in certain parts of Davao provinces early Tuesday morning. MindaNews photo by Vanessa L. Almeda
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27 viewsThree families evacuated to high ground in Purok 6, Poblacion Mawab, Compostela Valley in the morning of November 12, 2013 as the waters of Mawab River started to rise as Typhoon Zoraida was fast approaching.. The families refused to vacate to the evacuation centers, choosing instead to set up camp along the highway. MindaNews photo by Vanessa L. Almeda
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24 viewsThe Mawab river in Compostela Valley was noticed to have risen fast statrting at 7 a.m. of November 12, 2013 according to villagers who evacuated on the night of November 11 to the nearest evacuation center. MindaNews photo by Vanessa L. Almeda
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32 viewsA volunteer carries boxes of sardines at the repacking center of the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare Development in Masterson Avenue in Cagayan de Oro City on Nov. 12. Hundreds of people including Sendong victims responded to calls by the Department of Social Welfare and Development to help repack 50,000 relief bags a day for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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29 views A volunteer arranges the rows of relief bags containing rice, sardines and noodles at the Mt. Carmel Church in Barangay Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City on Nov. 12. Hundreds of people including Sendong victims responded to calls by the Department of Social Welfare and Development to help repack 50,000 relief bags a day for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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26 viewsFOR YOLANDA VICTIMS. Volunteers pour rice into relief bags—two kilos per bag—at Mt. Carmel Church in Barangay Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City on Nov. 12. Hundreds of people including Sendong victims responded to calls by the Department of Social Welfare and Development to help repack 50,000 relief bags a day for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. MindaNews photo by Froilan Gallardo
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34 viewsVillagers paddle a raft made of banana stalks across a flooded rice field in Nabunturan, Compostela Valley Province on Tuesday, Nov. 11. Sixteen other provinces in Mindanao have been placed under storm signal no. 1 due to tropical depression Zoraida that made a landfall in Caraga, Davao Oriental on Tuesday. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday More
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