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Typhoon Haiyan tore through the Philippines almost six months ago, killing more than eight thousand people and affecting up to sixteen million. The Red Cross estimates it could take three years before their work is done, and the Philippines government has costed the recovery in the billions. But what actually happened in November last year, and what work is still being done?

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