Six months after Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, DW's Bastian Hartig returns to one of the hardest-hit cities, Tacloban, to see how residents are rebuilding their lives.
Typhoon Hagupit has slammed into eastern areas of the Philippines, with ferocious winds and torrential rain lashing coastal areas. Hagupit is the Filipino word for "lash". In what the UN has termed one of the world´s largest ever peace-time evacuations, more than 600 000 people have fled their homes.
Just a year after typhoon Haiyan killed thousands of people, another powerful storm is making its way across the Philippines. Typhoon Hagupit is weaker than its predecessor but has torn down power lines, cut off communications and destroyed homes across coastal areas.
Typhoon Hagupit has hit the Philippines, bringing destruction across many of the country's numerous islands. About a million people have already fled the storm in one of the world's biggest-ever peacetime evacuations.
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