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While the Philippine government faces mounting criticism over its handling of the typhoon's aftermath, the U.S. Navy is leading ...
ground efforts, delivering over 100 tons of vital aid and supplies to affected areas over the weekend. (Nov. 17)
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SHOTLIST:PLAN INTERNATIONAL - AP CLIENTS ONLY/MANDATORY COURTESYHernani, Philippines - 8 November 20131. Wide of waves completely submerging neighboring housesAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGiporlos Town, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 20132. Aerial shot of Giporlos town affected by typhoon and shadow of helicopter flying byAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYTacloban, Philippines - 17 November 20133. Wide of President Benigno Aquino III exiting helicopter4. Aquino shaking hands with Philippine officials5. Mid of people watching from medical center balcony6. Wide of destroyed houses on hillsideAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYHong Kong - 17 November 20137. SOUNDBITE (English) Eman Villanueva, Secretary General of the United Filipinos in Hong Kong (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGiporlos Town, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 20138. Wide aerial of Giporlos town9. Mid of US Navy Rescue Diver, Toby Pickens, putting his head out the window of the helicopter10. View from camera attached to Pickens' helmet as he hands out aid11. Wide US Navy team delivering aid from helicopter12. Wide of villagers creating a chain to pass aid alongAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYBorongan, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 201313. Mid rescue diver giving chocolate cookies to crowd of childrenAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYGiporlos Town, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 201314. SOUNDBITE (English) Toby Pickens, U.S. Navy Rescue Diver (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYBorongan, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 201315. View from camera on Pickens' helmet as he gives apple to a childAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYVisayas region, Philippines - 16 November 201316. Wide Aerial of destruction in TaclobanAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYBorongan, Samar Province, Philippines - 16 November 201317. Various of U.S. Navy delivering aid from the helicopterVOICE OVER SCRIPT:(nats from video)NEW IMAGES SHOW THE SHEER POWER TYPHOON HAIYAN UNLEASHED ON THE PHILIPPINE COAST.THE DEVASTATING STORM WASHED AWAY HOMES AND SCHOOLS, AND FLATTENED ENTIRE TOWNS MORE THAN A WEEK AGO, BUT HELP FOR SURVIVORS IS STILL DESPERATELY NEEDED.(nats helicopter)PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT BENIGNO AQUINO RETURNED TO HARD-HIT LEYTE PROVINCE ON SUNDAY ---- VOWING TO STAY UNTIL HE SEES MORE PROGRESS ON RELIEF EFFORTS.BUT MANY HAVE EXPRESSED OUTRAGE AT THE GOVERNMENT'S HANDLING OF THE CRISIS.SOUNDBITE (English) Eman Villanueva, Secretary General of the United Filipinos in Hong Kong: "Five days later, the people are still looking for their dead relatives, their missing relatives. Five days later, they still haven't received any food."MEANWHILE FOREIGN AID IS FINALLY ARRIVING TO AREAS CUT OFF BY BLOCKED ROADS AND DAMAGED TRANSPORT.(nats chopper)THE U-S NAVY DELIVERED MORE THAN 100 TONS OF VITAL AID OVER THE WEEKEND --(nats from excited children swarming the helicopter)-- BOXES OF SWEETS BRINGING HOPE AND SMILES TO DOZENS OF CHILDREN IN THIS AFFECTED VILLAGE.SOUNDBITE (English) Toby Pickens, US Navy Rescue Diver: "The people are really desperate. I haven't seen anybody this hungry before."ADDITIONAL SUPPORT IS EXPECTED FROM MILITARY FORCES AROUND THE REGION.NEARLY FOUR-THOUSAND PEOPLE WERE KILLED BY THE STORM AND OVER ONE-THOUSAND ARE STILL MISSING.MAGGIE MAZZETTI, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.