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November 14th, 2013
10:31 PM ET

Helping the typhoon’s youngest victims

For children caught in the storm's path, relief cannot come fast enough. UNICEF is racing to help the youngest and often most vulnerable typhoon victims. UNICEF Spokesman Kent Page spoke about the charity’s operation in the typhoon zone.

If you would like to help UNICEF's typhoon relief effort call 1-800-FOR-KIDS or click here.

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November 14th, 2013
10:27 PM ET

Lives in limbo after the typhoon

There are stories of hope and heartache all over the Philippines. One week after the super typhoon hit, so many survivors are still in limbo. That includes a Filipino-American woman who was visiting family when the storm hit. She is pregnant and reached safety with her niece and nephew. So far she’s been unable to get permission for them to leave the country and says she won't return to the U.S. without them. Anna Coren has their story.

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November 14th, 2013
10:11 PM ET

"In every report we have shown how strong the Filipino people are"

Anderson addresses criticism from Korina Sanchez. She's a radio broadcaster in the Philippines and also the wife of the country's Interior Minister. She reportedly claimed Anderson said he had seen no presence of the Filipino government on the ground in Tacloban. Anderson talks about the relief response he saw during his time in the hard-hit city and describes the extensive work that still needs to be done. Anderson also pays tribute to the strength of the people he met there.

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November 14th, 2013
10:08 PM ET

Tacloban, a city in mourning

One week ago, Typhoon Haiyan nearly leveled the city of Tacloban. Today there are still bodies in the street. The stench is overwhelming, and so is the sadness. Anderson checks back with some of the storm victims he met earlier this week.

Click here to watch Anderson's previous report from Tacloban.

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November 14th, 2013
10:07 PM ET

Desperation grows in Tacloban

A full week since super Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, those who survived are now facing new dangers. More than two million people are in desperate need of food, shelter, and medical supplies. The stakes get higher with each passing day. International aid is pouring in at the airport, but the relief supplies are not reaching the victims fast enough. In hard hit Tacloban the desperation is everywhere. Nick Paton Walsh has the latest.

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November 13th, 2013
10:32 PM ET

Typhoon devastation beyond Tacloban

Anderson and his team saw the devastation in Tacloban up close. But the full extent of the destruction caused by Typhoon Haiyan is still coming into focus. Anderson rode with U.S. Marines to view the damage to Samar Island.

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November 13th, 2013
10:30 PM ET

Typhoon Haiyan: Six days later

Anderson, along with CNN reporters Andrew Stevens, Paula Hancocks, and Nick Paton Walsh have been covering the devastation in Tacloban. Six days after Typhoon Haiyan hit, they discuss the relief effort, the Philippine government's response to the disaster, and the humanitarian crisis that is still unfolding.

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November 13th, 2013
10:20 PM ET

Typhoon relief effort shows signs of progress

Six days into the Typhoon Haiyan disaster, there are some signs of progress in the Philippines. Aid flights are landing in hard hit Tacloban, and supplies are beginning to reach desperate survivors. Bodies, which were left in the streets for days, are finally being collected. Paula Hancocks takes a look at the progress being made, and how much more needs to be done.

Anderson spoke with Brigadier General Paul Kennedy who is leading the American relief mission in Tacloban.

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November 13th, 2013
09:42 PM ET

Overwhelmed hospital struggles to treat typhoon survivors

A hospital at Tacloban's airport that's short on supplies and short on manpower is one of the few places where typhoon victims can seek treatment. Other hospitals were forced to shut their doors and turn away the sick and dying. Amid the chaos and desperation there, Anderson meets one mother who named her newborn child after the storm that nearly took their lives.

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November 12th, 2013
11:01 PM ET

The race to find typhoon victims

It is a race against time to find missing typhoon victims. Survivors and the dead are buried under piles of rubble. Nick Paton Walsh has the latest on the search.

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