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Philippines / Typhoon Haiyan #1055092

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 14, 2013
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(Manila: Anderson Cooper) The revision of the death total in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan and the arrival of more aid supplies that need to be distributed reviewed.

(Manila: Anderson Cooper; Tacloban: Nick Paton Walsh) The latest devlopments on the relief efforts in Tacloban and the collection of bodies in the streets discussed; scenes shown of supplies being unloaded, where the bodies are brought for accounting.

(Manila: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Tacloban: Anderson Cooper) A look through Tacloban at the dead and the living presented; scenes shown of one family that suffered with no help from officials, of one man telling his mother all but two of his family are gone in the flood waters.

(Manila: Anderson Cooper) The political issues about some of the CNN reporting here from Tacloban with government criticism of the media reviewed; scenes shown of AC's earlier footage from Day 5 about the bad situation.

Cooper, Anderson;
Walsh, Nick Paton

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