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The Wire has recently been taking a closer look at Typhoon Haiyan, the super storm that devastated the Philippines last year. More than eight thousand died and up to sixteen million were affected. This isn’t the end of the story. Many experts predict that these storms could become more frequent and more devastating. But if true, what can be done to mitigate future disasters? In this final segment we take a look at what we can learn from the disaster and it’s aftermath.

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