REFILE - REMOVING EXTRANEOUS WORD IN FIRST SENTENCE An U.S. Army Marine takes a gasp of air while loading goods into a waiting helicopter to be deployed to survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan, at ... more 
REFILE - REMOVING EXTRANEOUS WORD IN FIRST SENTENCE An U.S. Army Marine takes a gasp of air while loading goods into a waiting helicopter to be deployed to survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan, at Tacloban airport November 17, 2013. The Philippine and U.S. Air Forces are flying rice, clothes and drinking water into remote areas of the central Philippines which are unreachable by vehicles. A massive relief effort is finally kicking into gear, nine days after one of the most powerful typhoons on record wreaked havoc across the impoverished area in the central Philippines with monster winds and a deadly storm surge of sea water. Philippine authorities and international aid agencies face a mounting humanitarian crisis, with the number of people displaced by the catastrophe estimated at 4 million, up from 900,000 late last week. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY POLITICS SOCIETY) less 
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Reuters | Photo By WOLFGANG RATTAY / REUTERS
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