The body of a dead man is seen at the bay of Tacloban on Sunday. Communities in the city were reduced to waste- lands after super typhoon ‘Yolanda’ sliced through them last week. AFP PHOTO
The body of a dead man is seen at the bay of Tacloban on Sunday. Communities in the city were reduced to waste- lands after super typhoon ‘Yolanda’ sliced through them last week. AFP PHOTO

The death toll from a super typhoon that decimated entire towns in the Philippines could soar well over 10,000, authorities warned on Sunday, making it the country’s worst recorded natural disaster.

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