Philippines region hit in 2013 struggles after new storm

The same region was ravaged by a powerful typhoon four years ago that claimed about 8,000 lives and destroyed millions of homes.

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    Communities in the central Philippines are struggling to recover after Tropical Storm Kai-Tak wreaked havoc last week, killing at least 40 people.

    The same region was ravaged by a powerful typhoon four years ago that claimed about 8,000 lives and destroyed millions of homes.

    The new storm has made it much harder for them to recover.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Palo in the Visayas region.


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