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Philippines buries dead, typhoon toll hits 418

An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division

An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on...more

An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division
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Residents carry the coffin of a typhoon victim past a destroyed house in New Bataan town in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Residents carry the coffin of a typhoon victim past a destroyed house in New Bataan town in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for...more

Residents carry the coffin of a typhoon victim past a destroyed house in New Bataan town in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division

An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on...more

An aerial view of damaged houses caused by flash floods in Compostela Valley province, southern Philippines is seen in this handout photograph provided by the Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Philippine Army 10th Infantry Division
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Members of Philippine Coast Guard carry sacks of relief goods into their vessel, to be be sent for the victims of Typhoon Bopha, at their headquarters in Manila December 6, 2012. Dozens of soldiers and rescue workers pulled out bodies from mud-drenched debris after the strongest typhoon this year killed at least 325 people in the southern Philippines, with hundreds still missing. Nearly 200,000 people remained in shelters in more than a dozen provinces in the southern Philippines, as officials appealed for food, water and clothing. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo

Members of Philippine Coast Guard carry sacks of relief goods into their vessel, to be be sent for the victims of Typhoon Bopha, at their headquarters in Manila December 6, 2012. Dozens of soldiers and rescue workers pulled out bodies from...more

Members of Philippine Coast Guard carry sacks of relief goods into their vessel, to be be sent for the victims of Typhoon Bopha, at their headquarters in Manila December 6, 2012. Dozens of soldiers and rescue workers pulled out bodies from mud-drenched debris after the strongest typhoon this year killed at least 325 people in the southern Philippines, with hundreds still missing. Nearly 200,000 people remained in shelters in more than a dozen provinces in the southern Philippines, as officials appealed for food, water and clothing. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
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Children look out from a makeshift tent in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

Children look out from a makeshift tent in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern...more

Children look out from a makeshift tent in Compostela Valley in southern Philippines December 6, 2012. Rescue workers searched on Thursday through thick mud, broken homes and fallen trees for survivors, two days after Typhoon Bopha swept the southern Philippines killing nearly 400 people and leaving at least as many missing. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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