The 200mph typhoon has left the Philippines ravaged with over 10,000 deaths and thousands more looking for food and shelter.

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In certain points, winds reached 235mph, the super-typhoon left between 10-15,000 people dead and over 500,000 homeless, after their homes were reduced to nothing more than rubble. Ships were brought ashore and corpses lay everywhere, some even being found in trees.

Those that survived have been left to scour for food and shelter and there have been reports of looting and aid trucks being attacked.

The video below shows more of the devastation that has rocked the Philippines.