As Philippines mops up from Typhoon Rai, government response could become an election issue

A terrifying video of a sports stadium sheltering evacuees in the plush southern Philippine island resort of Siargao being ripped apart by the winds was the first indication to the rest of the country that Typhoon Rai was a super typhoon that had just stolen Christmas.As of December 21, the storm had killed at least 375 people, injured 500, displaced nearly 2.3 million in 33 of the country’s 81 provinces, wreaked billions of pesos worth of property and crop damage, and possibly affected the…

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