Powerful Typhoon Causes Mass Disruption in Philippines

New York Times: A powerful typhoon that ripped through the Philippines on Friday killed at least four people, officials said, but at least initially it appeared not to live up to fears that it would be a particularly catastrophic storm. Typhoon Haiyan, called Yolanda in the Philippines, slammed into the island of Samar, on the eastern edge of the Philippines, early Friday morning and sped across the islands in the center of the country. Some areas remained unreachable Friday night because of problems with phones,......

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