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အာဏာရွင္စနစ္ က်ဆံုးမွ တတိုင္းျပည္လံုး စစ္မွန္တဲ့ ဒီမိုကေရစီကို ခံစားရမယ္

Pictures of Burma’s cyclone disaster

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The following pictures are grabbed from Los Angeles Times.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-myanmar9-2008may09,0,3193064.story

Rungroj Yongrit / EPA

An aerial view shows damaged houses in a flooded area hit by Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar

(AFP / Getty Images) A relief worker hands out bottled water in the town of Labutta.

(Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Images) A homeless woman cooks food for her family next to destroyed houses in Konegyangone township on the outskirts of Yangon. May 7, 2008

(Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Image) People left homeless by the cyclone are relying on donated food and emergency water supplies. May 7, 2008

(AFP / Getty Images) A boat was carried onto land in Haing Gyi Island, in southwest Myanmar. May 5, 2008

(Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Image) Families sort through their destroyed houses in Konegyangone township, looking for possessions. May 7, 2008

(Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Image) In the town of Dedaye, a family sets up shelter in a makeshift tent next to their destroyed house. May 7, 2008

(Associated Press) A man stands at the broken pier following the cyclone in Yangon. May 7, 2008

(STR, AFP/Getty Images) An injured resident sits on a floor after receiving first aid at an unknown village in Irrawaddy Delta. May 5, 2008

(Khin Maung Win AFP/Getty Images) Cyclone-affected residents work outside their destroyed house in Dedaye, south of Yangon. May 7, 2008

(Khin Maung Win AFP/Getty Images) Villagers try to remove their dead animals away from their residence in the Konegyangone township in the outskirts of Yangon. May 7, 2008

(HO, AFP/Getty Images) Bangladeshi soldiers prepare to fly out aid for Myanmar from Kurmitola air base in Dhaka. May 7, 2008

(STR, AFP/Getty Images) Thai workers load food items on a Royal Thai Air Force plane in Bangkok, destined for cyclone hit Myanmar. May 7, 2008

(AFP / Getty Images) An aerial view shows a devastated town, with many roofs missing, in the Irrawaddy delta region of Myanmar. May 6, 2008

(STR / AFP/Getty Images) Myanmar soldiers unload relief goods in a village in the Irrawaddy Delta region. Drinking water and other basic necessities remain scarce, with relief efforts hampered by washed-out roads and other infrastructure damage. May 6, 2008

(STR / AFP/Getty Images) An aerial view of a devastated factory in a village in the Irrawaddy Delta region. A government official said that many of those who perished were killed by a tidal wave that washed away whole villages in the Irrawaddy River delta, the area hit hardest by the cyclone. May 6, 2008

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(STR / AFP/Getty Images) Myanmar’s Prime Minister Thein Sein, second from the right, meets people affected by the cyclone during a visit to a village in the Irrawaddy Delta region. May 6, 2008

(Khin Maung Win AFP/Getty Images) An uprooted tree lies in a street in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar, after a cyclone tore through the impoverished Southeast Asian nation Saturday. Officials said the death toll, which previously had been put at 351, could hit 10,000. May 5, 2008

(Hla Hla Htay AFP/Getty Images) Storm damage is visible in Yangon. A political dissident said he had received reports of problems with drinking water and rising prices of basic commodities in the city. May 5, 2008

(Khin Maung Win AFP/Getty Images) Myanmar soldiers saw a tree blocking a street in Yangon. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies had dispatched five teams to Myanmar to survey the damage and will send more relief teams as soon as it receives the go-ahead from the government. May 5, 2008

(Barry Broman / Associated Press) Residents step around fallen trees. Saturday’s cyclone packed winds of up to 120 mph. Particularly hard hit was the fertile, low-lying Irrawaddy River delta, where at least 3,000 people were reported missing from a single district. May 5, 2008

(Hla Hla Htay AFP/Getty Images) Damage from the Myanmar cyclone was widespread, making it difficult for relief agencies to reach those in need. May 5, 2008

(AFP / Getty Images) Survivors wait for relief supplies on Haing Guy Island.

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

May 8, 2008 at 5:45 pm

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  1. well done to everyone for helping the Burmas. Every one deserves a reward.

    George

    May 29, 2008 at 1:57 am

  2. eat me
    please support the burmas more

    George

    May 29, 2008 at 1:58 am


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