Relief Worker: Second Crisis Looms in Myanmar Relief supplies have been dribbling into Myanmar more than a week after a huge cyclone struck the Southeast Asian nation. The storm's official death toll is approaching 30,000. Andrew Kirkwood, director of Myanmar operations for Save the Children, talks about the latest developments.
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Relief Worker: Second Crisis Looms in Myanmar

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Relief Worker: Second Crisis Looms in Myanmar

Relief Worker: Second Crisis Looms in Myanmar

Relief Worker: Second Crisis Looms in Myanmar

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Relief supplies have been dribbling into Myanmar more than a week after a huge cyclone struck the Southeast Asian nation. The storm's official death toll is approaching 30,000.

Co-host Steve Inskeep talks to Andrew Kirkwood, director of Myanmar operations for Save the Children, for the latest developments.