Philippine typhoon deaths climb into thousands; as many as 10,000 believed dead in one city alone

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  • The Solution Dayton, OH
    Nov. 11, 2013 10:03 a.m.

    I serverd there much longer ago than you Irrelevant, in Cebu. My heart also aches, but I hope we can get enough media coverage in the US to get people to organize and help these people with actual resources. I know the Church is already working on it, and I am encouraged that UNICEF is also already under way, but these wonderful people are going to need a lot of help of not just food to recover from this.

  • Irrelevant Provo, UT
    Nov. 10, 2013 10:36 p.m.

    I served in the Philippines nearly 2 years ago. My heart goes out to each one of my pinoy friends. If there was ever a people who could prosper and overcome these tribulations it would be those in the Philippines. from all of us here in America, mahal kayo namin (we love you all)

  • Truthseeker SLO, CA
    Nov. 10, 2013 6:10 p.m.

    Thanks Gosh-DUH

    My thoughs, prayers (and donations) go out to those living in the Philippines. I'll never understand why those who have so little seem to be hit the worst.

    Climate change scientists say that global warming could decrease the number of hurricanes but increase the severity of those that do form.

  • Gosh-DUH Burlington, CT
    Nov. 10, 2013 4:09 p.m.

    KUTV A Utah man serving a mission with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is among those missing in the Philippines.

    Elder Joseph Gregory Baker of Cache County was scheduled to return home in just 12 days. His mother told US officials that he is among 14 other missionaries serving in the Philippines Tacloban Mission.

  • Truthseeker SLO, CA
    Nov. 10, 2013 9:52 a.m.

    Has the LDS church been able to contact the missionaries serving in Tacloban?