Authorities grounded ferry services and called in fishing boats on Thursday as an approaching super typhoon, the most powerful to hit the western Pacific

Super Typhoon Haiyan, the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane, slammed into the Philippines today after forcing thousands of people to evacuate. Haiyan had top winds of almost 196 miles (315 kilometers) per hour when it was about 489 miles southeast

Authorities grounded ferry services and called in fishing boats on Thursday as an approaching super typhoon, the most powerful to hit the western Pacific

A massive typhoon packing winds approaching 200 mph and called one of the most powerful storms ever recorded blasted into the Philippines on Friday, killing at two people. Forecasters warned of potentially catastrophic damage. Trees were down, power 

Super Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda) continues to pose a serious threat to lives and property as it heads toward the Philippines. On Thursday, local time, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center estimated that sustained winds with this exceptionally 


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