China Dispenses Aid; Myanmar Victims Await Help

China's government is airlifting aid to areas devastated by Monday's earthquake. Meanwhile, in Myanmar, victims of a cyclone that hit more than a week ago have yet to receive help — and on Wednesday, there are reports that another cyclone is developing in the region.

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China's government is airlifting aid to areas devastated by Monday's earthquake. Victims of the Myanmar cyclone that hit more than a week ago have yet to receive the necessary help.

MONTAGNE: And just today there are reports that another cyclone is developing in the region, though its potential for damage is unclear. We'll follow developments in Myanmar and China throughout the morning.

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