Aid sent to Philippines

Countries around the world have sent relief goods, aid and money to the Philippines for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan. Among the donors are Indonesia, whose officials are pictured loading goods onto a Hercules plane, and Oxfam, which has coordinated collections from the countries it is operational in. Thousands of people are believed to have died since the typhoon hit earlier this week.
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Indonesian officials from Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) and Air Force examine relief goods before a Hercules plane departs for Cebu at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indonesian pilots and copilots have a briefing before departing for Cebu, at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Indonesian official from Indonesian Airforce manages relief goods inside a Hercules plane before it departs for Cebu, at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indonesian men load relief goods onto a Hercules plane before departing to Cebu at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indonesian airforce personnel carry boxes of relief goods onto a Hercules plane before it departs for Cebu, at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Two officials from Indonesian Airforce manage relief goods inside a Hercules plane before it departs for Cebu, at the Halim military airport in Jakarta on November 13, 2013. Indonesia sent relief goods and donated one million USD for victims of the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Oxfam employees prepare and check aid in Oxfam's Emergency Warehouse which is to be shipped to the Philippines to assist the humanitarian crisis following Typhoon Haiya on November 12, 2013 in Bicester, England. Oxfam is initially providing 16 tonnes of aid, with a value of 212,000 GBP, comprising of water, sanitation and emergency shelters. (Getty Images)
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Oxfam employees prepare and check aid in Oxfam's Emergency Warehouse which is to be shipped to the Philippines to assist the humanitarian crisis following Typhoon Haiya on November 12, 2013 in Bicester, England. Oxfam is initially providing 16 tonnes of aid, with a value of 212,000 GBP, comprising of water, sanitation and emergency shelters. (Getty Images)