The President's contrition nudged the relief effort in The Philippines out of the headlines. NBC's Harry Smith and CBS' Seth Doane continued their coverage of the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, each filing full packages. Doane concentrated on the continuing clean-up in the city of Tacloban; Smith on the growing international relief effort, including the United Arab Emirates, Israel, and Australia -- and the delivery of aid to remote villages by the Marine Corps' Osprey helicopters under the command of General John Whistler. ABC was represented by Terry Moran in Manila, who filed a brief stand-up on the USMC contribution.
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