Catastrofe op de Filipijnen

De Filipijnen zijn vrijdag getroffen door de superstorm Haiyan. Gevreesd wordt dat het aantal doden boven de 10.000 zal uitkomen. Honderdduizenden mensen zijn dakloos of anderszins ontheemd. De provincie Leyte, met daarin ook de grote stad Tacloban, lijkt het zwaarst getroffen. De foto's kunnen als schokkend worden ervaren.

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2013-11-10 Supertyfoon Haiyan eist mogelijk duizenden levens op de Filipijnen. Overzicht rampgebied + pad orkaan richting Vietnam en China. FORMAAT: 100 x 91 mm. ANP INFOGRAPHICSInfografieken Nederland
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epa03945296 German medical team prepare to board a military helicopter prior to its medical mission in the super typhoon devastated city of Tacloban, Leyte province, Philippines, 11 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/DENNIS M. SABANGANEPA
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epa03945328 A handout picture made available by the Malacanang Photo Bureau on 11 November 2013, shows an aerial view of disaster and debris left after Typhoon Haiyan, in Tacloban city, Leyte province, Philippines, 10 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/RYAN LIM / MALACANANG PHOTO BUREAU HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALESEPA
An aerial image taken from a Philippine Air Force helicopter shows the devastation caused by typhoon Haiyan, Monday Nov. 11, 2013 in Hernani township, Eastern Samar province, central Philippines. Authorities said at least 2 million people in 41 provinces had been affected by Friday's disaster and at least 23,000 houses had been damaged or destroyed. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)AP
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epa03945257 Filipino residents walk on debris and ships washed ashore in the super typhoon devastated city of Tacloban, Leyte province, Philippines, 11 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIGEPA
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This aerial photo taken from a Philippine Air Force helicopter shows the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban city, Leyte province, central Philippines, Monday, Nov. 11, 2013. Typhoon-ravaged Philippine islands faced an unimaginably huge recovery effort that had barely begun Monday, as bloated bodies lay uncollected and uncounted in the streets and survivors pleaded for food, water and medicine. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)AP
epa03945191 Residents watch as others throw looted goods from a warehouse in Guiuan town, Eastern Samar province, central Philippines, 11 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/TED ALJIBE / POOLEPA
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epa03945188 A military C-130 cargo plane flies over residents in the super typhoon devastated city of Tacloban, Leyte province, Philippines, 11 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIGEPA
epa03945331 A handout picture made available by the Malacanang Photo Bureau on 11 November 2013, shows an aerial view of disaster and debris left after Typhoon Haiyan, in Tacloban city, Leyte province, Philippines, 10 November 2013. Philippine authorities on 11 November, appealed for calm after one of the world’s strongest typhoons left survivors desperate for food and water in areas affected by the storm. More aid workers and relief supplies were being poured into eastern provinces hit by Typhoon Haiyan, which aid agencies and officials estimate has left thousands dead, and staggering destruction in its wake. Thousands were feared dead in Leyte and nearby Samar province, as police and disaster relief officials said that at least 552 were confirmed killed, mostly drowned by tsunami-like sea waves that flattened towns. EPA/RYAN LIM / MALACANANG PHOTO BUREAU HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALESEPA
Residents loot water damaged sacks of rice from a rice warehouse in Tacloban in the eastern Philippine island of Leyte on November 11, 2013. The United States, Australia and the United Nations mobilised emergency aid to the Philippines as the scale of the devastation unleashed by Super Typhoon Haiyan emerged on November 11. AFP PHOTO / NOEL CELISAFP
Residents retrieve umbrellas prior to lining up for relief supplies at Tacloban airport Monday Nov. 11, 2013, following Friday's typhoon Haiyan that lashed this city and several provinces in central Philippines. Authorities said at least 2 million people in 41 provinces had been affected by Friday's disaster and at least 23,000 houses had been damaged or destroyed. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)AP
This aerial photo shows the devastation on Victory Island off of the town of Guiuan in Eastern Samar province, central Philippines on November 11, 2013, four days after devastating Typhoon Haiyan hit the country. Philippines rescue workers struggled to bring aid to famished and destitute survivors on November 11 after the super typhoon that may have killed more than 10,000 people, in what is feared to be the country's worst natural disaster. AFP PHOTO / TED ALJIBEAFP

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