Satellite imagery shows before & after devastation

Telegraph: Satellite images of Tacloban taken before and after Typhoon Haiyan destroyed much of the city have shown how the city in the Philippines has been flattened. Several hours before the typhoon hit, DigitalGlobe -- a Colorado-based company that provides high resolution images from its own satellites to mapping agencies, defence contractors and governments -- switched on its cameras above the city of Tacloban. The city of 200,000 people was teeming with life. Roads were thick with lorries and cars.......

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