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Hopes for finding typhoon survivors fade

Officials could only apologize Monday when asked about the prospects of finding survivors in the towns and villages swamped by mudslides from devastating Typhoon Durian, which has killed an estimated 1,000 people in the Philippines. “At this time, no more. I’m sorry,” said Juan Garcia, mayor of the town of Guinobatan. “It’s almost impossible. They have been buried under sand and boulders. I don’t think they can survive.” Full Story

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