Video from Super Typhoon Haiyan

November 8, 2013 

Typhoon Aid Operation Speeds Up (:57)

US troops are installing runway lights and equipment in the devastated Philippine city of Tacloban's airport, so aid can be delivered around the clock. (Nov. 13) Source: Associated Press

Philippines president revises projected typhoon death toll to less than 10,000 (1:15)

An initial projection of 10,000 deaths as a result of Super Typhoon Haiyan is being revised to 2,000 to 2,500, according to Philippines President Benigno Aquino. LA Times

Grim search for bodies goes on in Philippines (:54)

Rescue workers in the Philippines were still picking up victims' bodies on Tuesday to gather them for forensic examination in Tacloban, a city devastated by super typhoon Haiyan. AFP

300,000 New Or Expectant Mothers In Need After Philippines Typhoon (2:03)

Source: CBS New York

US aid to Philippines (2:05)

Source: KTVI-St. Louis

Raw: Chaos in Philippines As Victims Evacuate (:31)

More than 1,000 Philippine residents forced their way into Tacloban Airport in Leyte province on Tuesday to try and board military planes carrying out relief operations in the region. (Nov. 12) Source: Associated Press

More than 10,000 feared dead in typhoon-ravaged Philippines (:49)

The death toll from a super typhoon that decimated entire towns in the Philippines could soar well over 10,000, authorities warned Sunday. AFP

Typhoon Haiyan leaves behind destruction in Asia (1:59)

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Super Typhoon Haiyan moving toward Vietnam (1:46)

Super Typhoon Haiyan makes landfall in the The Philippines (:59)

With win gusts reaching more than 200 miles per hour, no Atlantic or eastern Pacific hurricane has ever been stronger. Newsfix

Monster Typhoon Hits Philippines (3:18)

Super typhoon plows across Philippines (:48)

Mega typhoon smashing (:19)

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