Int'l aid arrives in Philippines

Investor's Business Daily
November 2013
Investors Business Daily;11/14/2013, pA02
The 1st signs of an organized int'l response to Typhoon Haiyan appeared in some of the hardest-hit areas, after infrastructure damage slowed initial efforts. U.S. military planes arrived with food from U.N. agencies. But violence mounted, and health officials warned the risk from infectious diseases is peaking in the worst-affected areas.


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