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WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 19, 2015
Workers repair the roof of a holiday resort days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Workers repair the roof of a holiday resort days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila
Workers repair the roof of a holiday resort days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 19, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Cyclone Devastates Vanuatu - 19 Mar 2015
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WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 18, 2015
Paul Alexander Hatyay (C), the headmaster, and teachers of Central School lay out books to dry in the...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Headmaster Hatyay and teachers of Central School lay out books to dry in the sun after the roof of the...
Paul Alexander Hatyay (C), the headmaster, and teachers of Central School lay out books to dry in the sun after the roof of the school's library was blown away by Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, the capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 18, 2015. International aid agencies ramped up appeals for cyclone-hit Vanuatu on Wednesday, warning that the powerful storm that affected more than two-thirds of the South Pacific island nation had wiped out crops and destroyed fishing fleets, raising the risk of hunger and disease. The headmaster is appealing for a donation of books after the cyclone damaged their school. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 18, 2015
A child stands in the library of the Central School, which lost its roof when Cyclone Pam hit, in Port...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
Child stands in the library of the Central School, which lost its roof when Cyclone Pam hit, in Port...
A child stands in the library of the Central School, which lost its roof when Cyclone Pam hit, in Port Vila, the capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 18, 2015. International aid agencies ramped up appeals for cyclone-hit Vanuatu on Wednesday, warning that the powerful storm that affected more than two-thirds of the South Pacific island nation had wiped out crops and destroyed fishing fleets, raising the risk of hunger and disease. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 18, 2015
A woman carrying her baby walks past fallen trees in Tanna March 18, 2015. International aid agencies...
Tanna, Vanuatu
A woman carrying her baby walks past fallen trees in Tanna
A woman carrying her baby walks past fallen trees in Tanna March 18, 2015. International aid agencies ramped up appeals for cyclone-hit Vanuatu on Wednesday, warning that the powerful storm which affected more than two-thirds of the South Pacific island nation had wiped out crops and destroyed fishing fleets, raising the risk of hunger and disease. Residents of the southern island of Tanna said food and basic supplies were running low while relief workers were still battling to reach many islands pummelled by Cyclone Pam's gusts of more than 300 kph (185 mph) on Friday and Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 17, 2015
A Chinese construction worker cuts hair for his colleague at their dormitory after Cyclone Pam in Tanna,...
Tanna, Vanuatu
A Chinese construction worker cuts hair for his colleague at their dormitory after Cyclone Pam in Tanna...
A Chinese construction worker cuts hair for his colleague at their dormitory after Cyclone Pam in Tanna, about 200km from Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, March 17, 2015. The 25 Chinese construction workers were in Tanna to build roads but work is put on hold after the devastation from the cyclone. International aid agencies began emergency flights on Tuesday to some of the remote outer islands of Vanuatu, which they fear have been devastated by the monster cyclone that tore through the South Pacific island nation. Disaster management officials and relief workers are still battling to get rescue teams on many of the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph) on Friday and Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 17, 2015
A woman holds her three-year-old outside their damaged home as nightfalls after Cyclone Pam in Tanna,...
Tanna, Vanuatu
A woman holds her three-year-old outside their damaged home as nightfalls after Cyclone Pam in Tanna
A woman holds her three-year-old outside their damaged home as nightfalls after Cyclone Pam in Tanna, about 200km from Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, March 17, 2015. International aid agencies began emergency flights on Tuesday to some of the remote outer islands of Vanuatu, which they fear have been devastated by the monster cyclone that tore through the South Pacific island nation. Disaster management officials and relief workers are still battling to get rescue teams on many of the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph) on Friday and Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 17, 2015
A girl plays on the breakwater in Tanna, days after Cyclone Pam hit the South Pacific island nation March...
Tanna, Vanuatu
A girl plays on the breakwater in Tanna, days after Cyclone Pam hit the South Pacific island nation
A girl plays on the breakwater in Tanna, days after Cyclone Pam hit the South Pacific island nation March 17, 2015. International aid agencies began emergency flights on Tuesday to some of the remote outer islands of Vanuatu, which they fear have been devastated by the monster cyclone that tore through the South Pacific island nation. Disaster management officials and relief workers are still battling to get rescue teams on many of the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph) on Friday and Saturday. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 17, 2015
An aerial view of the destruction after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
An aerial view of the destruction after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island...
An aerial view of the destruction after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 17, 2015. International aid agencies began emergency flights on Tuesday to some of the remote outer islands of Vanuatu, which they fear have been devastated by a monster cyclone that tore through the South Pacific island nation. The United Nations said the official death toll from the cyclone was 11, revising down its earlier figure of 24, but many officials anticipate that number will rise once they are able to more thoroughly inspect the outer islands of the scattered archipelago. Some 3,300 people were left homeless after the category 5 storm destroyed homes, flattened buildings and washed away roads. REUTERS/Edgar Su (VANUATU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER CITYSCAPE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 17, 2015
Local resident Adrian Banga stands near clothes laid out to dry near his damaged home in Port Vila, the...
Port Villa, Vanuatu
Local resident stands near clothes laid out to dry near damaged home in Port Vila
Local resident Adrian Banga stands near clothes laid out to dry near his damaged home in Port Vila, the capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 16, 2015. International aid agencies are preparing to begin emergency helicopter flights on Tuesday to the remote outer islands of Vanuatu, which they fear have been devastated by a monster cyclone that tore through the South Pacific island country. Disaster management officials and relief workers are still struggling to establish contact with the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph) on Friday and Saturday. Picture taken March 16, 2015. REUTERS/Dave Hunt/Pool (VANUATU - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 16, 2015
A boy called Samuel kicks a ball as his father Phillip searches through the ruins of their home which...
Port Villa, Vanuatu
A boy called Samuel kicks a ball as his father Phillip searches through the ruins of their home which...
A boy called Samuel kicks a ball as his father Phillip searches through the ruins of their home which was destroyed by Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, the capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 16, 2015. Reports from the outer islands of Vanuatu on Monday painted a picture of utter destruction after the monster cyclone tore through the South Pacific island nation, flattening buildings and killing at least eight people. Disaster management officials and relief workers were struggling to establish contact with the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph), which destroyed homes, smashed boats and washed away roads and bridges as it struck late on Friday and into Saturday. REUTERS/Dave Hunt/Pool (VANUATU - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
WEATHER-VANUATU/CYCLONE
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March 16, 2015
Local resident Adrian Banga looks at his home destroyed by Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, the capital city...
Port Villa, Vanuatu
Local resident Adrian Banga looks at his home destroyed by Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, the capital city...
Local resident Adrian Banga looks at his home destroyed by Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, the capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 16, 2015. Reports from the outer islands of Vanuatu on Monday painted a picture of utter destruction after the monster cyclone tore through the South Pacific island nation, flattening buildings and killing at least eight people. Disaster management officials and relief workers were struggling to establish contact with the islands that bore the brunt of Cyclone Pam's winds of more than 300 kph (185 mph), which destroyed homes, smashed boats and washed away roads and bridges as it struck late on Friday and into Saturday. REUTERS/Dave Hunt/Pool (VANUATU - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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