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A member of the Philippine Coastguard carries sacks filled with relief goods to load onboard the BRP Corregidor, flagship of the Philippine coast guard, at a port in Manila .
The Philippine Coastguard will travel to Cebu and Bohol provinces to distribute the relief goods to the victims of the devastating earthquake in central Philippines.
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Filipino Coast Guard personnel load sacks of relief goods at a port in Manila, Philippines.
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Patients are treated at a temporary shelter.
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Patients stay outside a hospital to avoid aftershocks following the 7.2-magnitude earthquake .
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A boy rides a bicycle past a destroyed building in Loon, Bohol .
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Villagers ride on a boat to cross a river after a bridge was damaged in Loon, Bohol.
A woman carries her baby past a destroyed church belfry in Tubigon, Bohol.
The tremor collapsed buildings, cracked roads and toppled the bell tower of the Philippines\(***) oldest church Tuesday morning, causing multiple deaths across the central region .
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