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Classified as a super typhoon, the Pacific storm Haiyan has made landfall in the Philippines, bringing top sustained winds that were measured at more than 195 miles per hour before landfall. The measurement reflects the winds sustained by the storm for …
NPR News · ByBill Chappell · 11/7/2013
MANILA (Reuters) - The strongest typhoon in the world this year and possibly the most powerful ever to hit land smashed into the Philippines on Friday, forcing more than a million people to flee, flooding villages and raising fears of widespread casualties.
Yahoo News · 11/8/2013
Coconut palms were snapped like twigs. More than 600,000 people were being evacuated from low-lying parts of Vietnam last night as Super Typhoon Haiyan charged across the South China Sea, on track to strike the northern province of Nghe An and …
The Australian · 11/10/2013
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Super Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines Friday, flattening entire neighborhoods, washing away homes and buildings, cutting power and scattering debris for miles. The massive typhoon, one of the worst storms ever recorded, affected more than 4.
International Business Times · 11/10/2013
Reuters reports on super typhoon Haiyan, which has killed at least three people so far in the Phillipines: The strongest typhoon in the world this year and possibly the most powerful ever to hit land smashed into the Philippines on Friday, forcing more ...
Reuters · 11/8/2013
Days merge into nights for Athena Denise Gepte, the emergency response coordinator for the Philippine NGO Accord, who is based in Tacloban, one of the cities hit hardest by Super Typhoon Haiyan. Gepte begins her day at dawn, loading food kits onto …
The National · 12/19/2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan is estimated to have been strongest storm ever to ever make landfall. The Philippines, as a nation of 7000 islands, experiences an average of nine cyclones coming ashore each year. But even with experience and relative preparedness …
American Thinker · 11/16/2013
Super Typhoon Haiyan has battered the Philippines with ferocious winds of up to 320 km/h (199mph). Although not the most powerful storm to have ever formed in recorded history, it could be the strongest at the time of landfall. Satellite images show the ...
BBC · 11/8/2013
It seems these days that whenever Mother Nature wants to send an urgent message to humankind, it sends it via the Philippines. This year the messenger was Haiyan, known in the Philippines as Yolanda. It seems these days that whenever Mother Nature …
Indy Bay · 11/13/2013
(CNN) -- Super Typhoon Haiyan -- one of the strongest storms recorded on the planet -- smashed into island after island as it plowed across the central Philippines on Friday, threatening millions of people. (CNN)-- Super Typhoon Haiyan -- one of the ...
Ozarks First. · 11/8/2013