Survivors of the super Typhoon Haiyan, wait for a C-130 military plane at Tacloban airport, Leyte province, central Philippines
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Philippines typhoon: Warning from Save the Children

The chief executive of Save The Children has warned that only "the strongest" will benefit from aid, if not enough reaches devastated parts of the Philippines.

Justin Forsyth told the BBC's Newsnight that if food and water is limited, pregnant women and children could lose out to those around them.

At least 10,000 people are feared to have been killed and thousands of survivors desperately require aid - but reports say little is getting through.

  • 12 Nov 2013
  • From the section Asia
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