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Crossover: Philippine gov't relief efforts

01-05-2012 16:27 BJT

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Now let's cross to our correspondent Barnaby Lo in Manila.

Q1: You mentioned in your report that thousands of families are still in emergency shelters, almost 3 weeks after the flash floods. And we know that logs that came from the mountains are going to be used to build houses. But what is local government doing to provide housing for homeless survivors?

Q2: It certainly sounds like the situation there is still unstable. And now, we've heard there's been a landslide in another area also in Southern Philippines that killed at least 25 people. What's the latest on that disaster and what how is the government handling it, especially given the emergency situation in other parts of the country still not totally resolved?




Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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