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Cyclone Relief Efforts Slowed by Myanmar Junta

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Cyclone Relief Efforts Slowed by Myanmar Junta

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Cyclone Relief Efforts Slowed by Myanmar Junta

Cyclone Relief Efforts Slowed by Myanmar Junta

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Myanmar continues its slow recovery from the devastating cyclone that left at least 100,000 people dead and nearly 2 million homeless.

Efforts to deliver food, medicine and emergency supplies have been hampered by Myanmar's military government, which has seized some relief shipments and refused to allow foreign aid workers into the country.