Vanuatu conditions ‘more difficult’ than Philippines typhoon

Agence France-Presse: Aid agencies Monday described conditions in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu as among the most challenging they have ever faced, as the Pacific nation`s president blamed climate change for worsening the devastation. Relief flights have begun arriving in the battered capital Port Vila after Super Tropical Cyclone Pam tore through on Friday night packing wind gusts of up to 320 kilometres (200 miles) an hour. But workers on the ground said there was no way to distribute desperately needed supplies across......

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