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In this photo taken on March 16, 2015 a man looks through the ruins of his home in Vanuatu's capital Port Villa after Cyclone Pam ripped through the island nation. The UN said on March 17, 2015 that twenty-four people have been killed by Cyclone Pam, as the Pacific nation's president pleaded for help to rebuild the archipelago's "completely destroyed" infrastructure. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DAVE HUNTDAVE HUNT/AFP/Getty Images
In this photo taken on March 16, 2015 a man looks through the ruins of his home in Vanuatu's capital Port Villa after Cyclone Pam ripped through the island nation. The UN said on March 17, 2015 that twenty-four people have been killed by Cyclone Pam, as the Pacific nation's president pleaded for help to rebuild the archipelago's "completely destroyed" infrastructure. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DAVE HUNTDAVE HUNT/AFP/Getty Images

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Vanuatu struggles to clean up after massive storm

Cargo flights carrying emergency aid are beginning to arrive to Vanuatu, one of the poorest countries in the pacific. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

Vanuatu struggles to clean up after massive storm

Cargo flights carrying emergency aid are beginning to arrive to Vanuatu, one of the poorest countries in the pacific. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.