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Typhoon Haiyan's destruction in the Philippines

Fox News Channel reporter William La Jeunesse, photographer Keith Railey and field producer Dan Gallo traveled to the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 4,000 people and left 1,600 missing.

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November 2013: The foyer area of a hotel destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan, the in the town of Palo, just outside of Tacloban.

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November 2013: Filipino hotel employees gather around a fire to cook food at Oriental Hotel in Palo, just outside of Tacloban.

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November 2013: Hotel employees gather around a laptop to watch a movie in Palo, just outside of Tacloban, in the Philippines.

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November 2013: Maker, the overnight security guard at the Oriental Hotel in Palo, just outside of Tacloban, brings coffee to the Fox News crew working the overnight shift.

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November 2013: Fox News Channel photographer Keith Railey edits a story amid the debris at the Oriental Hotel in Palo, just outside of Tacloban, in the Philippines.

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November 2013: The Oriental Hotel in Palo is just a few hundred feet from a monument commemorating Gen. Douglas MacArthur's return to the Philippines in 1944.

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November 2013: Fox News Channel correspondent William La Jeunesse reports amid the debris in front of the Oriental Hotel in Palo, just outside of Tacloban, in the Philippines.

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November 2013: The sunrise is shown with over the beach with sleeping bags belonging to the Fox News crew in the foreground.
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Typhoon Haiyan's destruction in the Philippines

Fox News Channel reporter William La Jeunesse, photographer Keith Railey and field producer Dan Gallo traveled to the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 4,000 people and left 1,600 missing.

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