Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP
Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP
Typhoon Haiyan

Why Philippines’ Super Typhoon Haiyan was so deadly

  • More than 7,000 people are thought to have lost their lives in the Philippines’ worst storm on record. Here’s why it proved so deadly

Topic |   Typhoon Haiyan
Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP
Destruction surrounds a Chinese temple in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan struck. Photo: AFP
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