Christmas help needy


2013-12-25 02:25

Christmas help needy

Romualdo Redona and his younger sister Angel offer prayers and candles as they visit the graves of their siblings, who were victims of the onslaught of super typhoon Haiyan, buried in a vacant lot along a main road in Tanuan, Leyte province, central Philippines December 23, 2013. Redona had 9 siblings, four of whom died along with their mother as super typhoon Haiyan ravaged their town a month ago. [Photo / Agencies]

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