Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

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November 8, 2013 typhoon “Yolanda” (“Haiyan” on the international classification) fifth (highest) category, which carries with it the winds speeds of 315 km / h, the waves rose up to five meters that hit the Philippines. According to recent reports, the victims of typhoon “Haiyan” were 4460 people.

Let’s see how to look Philippines a week later. At the same time become acquainted with the scale of the forces of typhoons.

Typhoon in the Philippines was the highest fifth category: wind speed of 315 km / h with gusts up to 379 kilometers per hour, the wave height of about 5 meters.

A week later, in some areas of the Philippines grim: homes destroyed, there is no light, people burn bonfires, November 14, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | David Guttenfelder):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The destroyed buildings on the island of Leyte in the Philippines, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Survivor. On a plate – its name. (Photo by Reuters | John Javellana):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The total number of victims – about 12 million. (Photo by Kevin Frayer | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

All around lie the bodies of the dead. (Photo by AP Photo | Bullit Marquez):
Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The largest number of deaths of 4,460 people registered in the provinces of Leyte, Samar and Eastern Samar. (Photo by Dondi Tawatao | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

(Photo by Philippe Lopez | AFP | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

One of the mass graves on the outskirts of Tacloban, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Philippe Lopez | AFP | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

(Photo by AP Photo | Aaron Favila):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

(Photo by Reuters | Edgar Su):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The area near the city of Tacloban typhoon burnt trees over a large area, 14 November 2013. (Photo by Dondi Tawatao | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

With all countries in the Philippines goes humanitarian aid. It arrived Americans, November 14, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | Dita Alangkara):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

In anticipation of food and humanitarian aid from helicopters in the devastated area, Nov. 14, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | Wong Maye-E):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Typhoon “Yolanda” has already become the 30th typhoon, which was formed in the Pacific Ocean in 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | David Guttenfelder):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The ship washed ashore at Leyte, Philippines, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Many people lost all their household. This woman could fit all the stuff in this green bag, November 14, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | David Guttenfelder):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

On board a rescue flight at the airport in Tacloban, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The queue for groceries, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Kevin Frayer | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Typhoon brought the ship to the shore, Tacloban, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Ted Aljibe | AFP | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Aerial view of the destroyed coastal in Leyte, Philippines, November 14, 2013. (Photo by Dan Kitwood | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

Temporary housing in Tacloban. (Photo by AP Photo | Vincent Yu):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

The bus takes away people from the ruins of Tacloban. (Photo by AP Photo | Dita Alangkara):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

A week later of Super in the Philippines. (Photo by Chris McGrath | Getty Images):

Typhoon in the Philippines: a Week Later

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