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The torrential rains of the monsoon season have begun to pelt Burma, complicating aid efforts and compounding human misery.
From today’s Washington Post:
Foul Weather Adds to Burma Misery; 2 U.S. Planes Deliver Much-Needed Supplies, but Additional Flights Have Not Been Approved
BANGKOK, May 13 — As yet more drenching rain battered survivors of Burma’s deadly cyclone, foreign relief supplies continued to arrive Tuesday at a pace aid workers said was still far too slow to help most of the suffering.
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