Mon, 11 Nov 2013 13:30:00 GMT | By Bismo Agung, PlasaMSN
Haiyan victims await aid

Volunteers of the relief and rescue teams work together with the military to provide food and water to the survivors



Bantuan Korban Topan Haiyan (© Ap Photo/ /Bullit Marquez)
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Filipino military personnel guard a group of people gathered in the parking area of Tacloban Airport.

In addition to food and water, survivors are also in need of medical help.

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