“The cooperation between the government and civilian groups to give supplies to survivors in the aftermath of disasters has made us a respected country, and we will continue to play the role of a humanitarian in international society,” Ma said.
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 - Page 1 News List
‘No limits’ on aid to Philippines: MOFA
OPTIONS:The air force sent four more C-130s with relief supplies to the storm-ravaged nation yesterday, and officials said six more would depart later today
By Shih Hsiu-chuan and Mo Yan-chih / Staff reporters
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