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Burma: updated top news (9 June 2008)

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UN helicopters deliver aid to Myanmar delta

The Associated Press –

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) – United Nations helicopters fanned out across Myanmar’s Irrawaddy delta Monday, a UN official said, ferrying critical supplies to villages struggling to survive since a devastating cyclone struck more than five weeks ago.

Myanmar gives polio vaccination to under-five cyclone-survived … Xinhua

Foreign Aid for Myanmar Still Struggles to Get In Wall Street Journal

International Herald TribuneReutersPhiladelphia Daily NewsMission Network NEws (press release)

all 1,420 news articles »

The Southern Ledger

Myanmar prime minister says aid provided to cyclone survivors will …

International Herald Tribune –

AP YANGON, Myanmar: Myanmar’s prime minister says the military government will give enough assistance for survivors of last month’s Cyclone Nargis to make their lives even better than before the disaster struck.

Red Cross: Myanmar dead may never be identified The Associated Press

Thousands of cyclone dead ‘may never be identified’ Independent

KPLC-TVDigitalJournal.comMalaysia Star

all 212 news articles » (Pressemitteilung)

UN helicopters reach Burma victims

The Press Association –

UN helicopters have reached Burma’s devastated Irrawaddy Delta for the first time, ferrying critical supplies to villages which have been struggling to survive since the May 2-3 cyclone.

Burma Denies Forcing Cyclone Victims from Shelters Voice of America

Burma denies forcibly relocating cyclone victims ABC Online

Radio AustraliaReliefWeb (press release)Bangkok PostBloomberg

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Ottawa Citizen

Burma crisis wake-up call for the UN

Toronto Star –
It took three weeks before United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon was able to convince the top military officials of Burma, also called Myanmar, to allow humanitarian workers and supplies into the country. Now, more than a month after Cyclone …
Business as Usual in Burma Wall Street Journal
In Burma (Myanmar), how many cyclone orphans? Christian Science Monitor
CTV.caInter Press Service (subscription)Shan Herald Agency for NewsWashington Post
all 157 news articles »

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

June 9, 2008 at 11:28 am

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