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102 viewsJoseph Babag, 17, describes how he survived the flashflood brought by Typhoon Pablo when it hit New Bataan town in Compostela Valley Province December 4, 2012. Babag lost his parents and two siblings to the flood. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday MoreDec 03, 2013
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96 viewsJoseph Babag, 17, describes how he survived the flashflood brought by Typhoon Pablo when it hit New Bataan town in Compostela Valley Province December 4, 2012. Babag lost his parents and two siblings to the flood. MindaNews Photo by Ruby Thursday MoreDec 03, 2013
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87 viewsBUKO SHEDS. Workers build "buko sheds" for picnickers near the foot of Tinago Falls in the boundary of Iligan City and Linamon, Lanao del Norte on Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013. Two of such structures are being built on the Linamon side. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraDec 03, 2013
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80 viewsBUKO SHED. Workers build a "buko shed" for picnickers near the foot of Tinago Falls in the boundary of Iligan City and Linamon, Lanao del Norte on Tuesday, 3 Dec 2013. Two of such structures are being built on the Linamon side. MindaNews photo by Bobby TimoneraDec 03, 2013
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89 viewsREFRESHING SIGHT. Aliwagwag Falls in Cateel, Davao Oriental on a rainy Thursday noon (28 November 2013). Though not completely back in form, it is no longer a sorry sight as it was after super typhoon Pablo battered the town on December 4, 2012. MindaNews photo by Gregorio BuenoDec 02, 2013
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88 viewsRUN FOR YOLANDA SURVIVORS. Runners in Surigao City go on a sprint at the start of the Red Tie Run 2, held to commemorate World AIDS Day on December 1. The organizers have committed to support Typhoon Yolanda survivors using proceeds of the fun run. MindaNews photo by Roel N. CatotoDec 01, 2013
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102 viewsWORLD AIDS DAY. Runners in Surigao City participating in the Red Tie Run 2, to commemorate World AIDS Day on December 1, get a warmup exercise. The organizers have committed to support Typhoon Yolanda survivors using proceeds of the fun run. MindaNews photo by Roel N. CatotoDec 01, 2013
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102 viewsOUT ON A LONG WALK. Accompanied only by her dog, 72-year-old Caridad Soledad has to walk two kilometers to find food at a relief line in Tacloban City. Photo taken 23 Nov 2013. MindaNews photo by Froilan GallardoDec 01, 2013
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104 viewsNOTHING LEFT TO WEEP. Relatives of Typhoon Yolanda victims visit a mass grave on a small lot along an intersection at the Maharlika Highway in Barangay Calogcog inTanauan town, Leyte on 24 Nov 2013. Fifty victims are buried in this graveyard. MindaNews photo by Froilan GallardoDec 01, 2013
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103 viewsMASS GRAVE. Ferdinand Lomuntag and his wife Donna light a candle on a small vacant lot along an intersection at the Maharlika Highway in Barangay Calogcog in Tanauan town, Leyte on 24 Nov 2013. The lot is a mass grave containing 50 Typhoon Yolanda victims, including DonnaÕs mother, 12 nephews and nieces, 2 in-laws and a grandchild. MindaNews photo by Froilan GallardoDec 01, 2013
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124 viewsBEFORE YOLANDA. Giant bats fly over lush mangrove trees in Tabuk Island off Palompon, Leyte in this photo taken March 2012. Over a hundred thousand bats used to roost in Tabuk Island, but most of them flew elsewhere. Photo courtesy of Raoul Bacalla / MENRO-PalomponNov 29, 2013
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121 viewsBEFORE YOLANDA. Giant bats fly over lush mangrove trees in Tabuk Island off Palompon, Leyte in this photo taken March 2012. Over a hundred thousand bats used to roost in Tabuk Island, but most of them flew elsewhere. Photo courtesy of Raoul Bacalla / MENRO-PalomponNov 29, 2013
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