Posted Dec 04, 2012By
Search and rescue operations following typhoon Bopha that killed nearly 600 people in the southern Philippines have been hampered Saturday Dec. 8, 2012 in part because many residents of this ravaged farming community are too stunned to assist recovery efforts, an official said Saturday.
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