Philippines left reeling in wake of storm

Wall Street Journal: An area of the central Philippines devastated by one of the world's worst typhoons began burying its dead in mass graves on Monday, as soldiers and police reinforcements arrived to hard-hit Tacloban City to help restore order. Gov. Sharee Ann Tan of Samar province, whose town of Guiuan was the first to be hit by Typhoon Haiyan when it made landfall Friday, said in a television interview that bodies were buried in mass graves in Basey, a town that faces Tacloban City across the sea. She said the......

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