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Filipinos in New York City Mobilize Relief Effortsi
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Adam Phillips
November 14, 2013 3:11 AM
The massive typhoon that slammed into the Philippines was merely the beginning of the suffering in that Pacific nation. New York City's Philippine American community, which numbers around 50,000, is mobilizing to provide relief. VOA's Adam Phillips reports.

Filipinos in New York City Mobilize Relief Efforts

Adam Phillips

Published November 13, 2013

The massive typhoon that slammed into the Philippines was merely the beginning of the suffering in that Pacific nation. New York City's Philippine American community, which numbers around 50,000, is mobilizing to provide relief. VOA's Adam Phillips reports.


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