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Chris Beyrer and Jared Genser

Burma's next wave of dying

By Chris Beyrer and Jared Genser
May 21, 2008

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THE UNITED NATIONS estimates that more than 100,000 people may have been killed in the devastating cyclone in Burma and that some 220,000 are reported missing. But approaching three weeks after the storm, some 75 percent of the 3 million or more severely affected have yet to receive any food, water, shelter, medication for the sick, or means of escape ... (Full article: 710 words)

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