Aid workers and soldiers unload boxes
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Philippine typhoon: Aid arrives at Tacloban airport

Many communities have no means of making contact with the rest of the country, making it difficult to build a clear picture of exactly where the need is greatest.

The worst-hit areas are also impossible to reach by road, so delivering aid by air has become essential.

Jonathan Head reports from Tacloban airport.

  • 13 Nov 2013
  • From the section UK
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