In the Philippines, clouds of a different colour

Globe and Mail: By now, the world knows the devastation wrought on the Philippines by Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall. It's left thousands dead, hundreds of thousands homeless, millions needing aid, and billions of dollars in damage - in a region still reeling from the Oct. 15 earthquake that destroyed more than 70,000 homes and demolished centuries-old churches. Filipinos' problems go far beyond Mother Nature, though: For a corrupt, ill-led country like mine, one can't help......

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