Myanmar Opens Door to Aid Workers

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Myanmar's reclusive junta will now allow foreign aid workers to help cyclone survivors. This announcement comes after the government refused for weeks to permit such assistance from the outside world. Madeleine Brand talks with the country director for Save the Children, Andrew Kirkwood, in Myanmar.



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