In pictures: Philippines counts cost of Typhoon Haiyan

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Devastation in Tacloban after Typhoon Haiyan
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Typhoon Haiyan - one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall - has carved a path of death and destruction through the central Philippines. Here in Tacloban at least 100 people were reported killed.
Devastation at Tacloban airport after Typhoon Haiyan. 9 Nov 2013
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The airport in Tacloban has been badly damaged and only military flights are able to operate. Aid agencies are struggling to reach the city.
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A storm surge more than 3m (10ft) high swept into Tacloban, the Philippine Red Cross said. The aftermath is reminiscent of tsunami damage.
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Residents are left to salvage what remains of their homes and possessions.
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Trees were ripped from the ground as gusts of up to 379km/h (235 mph) and waves as high as 15m (45ft) raced inland.
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First images from Mindoro island showed rescuers battling severe floods. Heavy rain coupled with the storm surge made the situation even worse.
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Aid agencies are rushing essential supplies to the worst hit areas. Here volunteers with the Bureau of Fire Protection pack relief goods at a government warehouse in the capital Manila.
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Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from parts of Vietnam where the typhoon is due to make landfall on Sunday. These residents in Da Nang city filled sandbags from the beach.