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In Manila, Flights Depart with Typhoon Aid, Return With Survivorsi
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November 13, 2013 4:19 PM
What may turn out to be one of the largest-ever humanitarian missions is getting underway in the Philippines.VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Villamor Air Base on the outskirts of Manila.

In Manila, Flights Depart with Typhoon Aid, Return With Survivors

Published November 13, 2013

What may turn out to be one of the largest-ever humanitarian missions is getting underway in the Philippines.VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Villamor Air Base on the outskirts of Manila.


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