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Burma cyclone in video

People in Burma are still trying to re-build their lives one month after cyclone Nargis killed 78,000 people and left 56,000 missing.

Aid agencies have accused Burma's military leaders of hindering the relief effort by refusing them entry to the country.

THE RELIEF EFFORT
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Chris Kaye of WFP on the situation in the Irrawaddy Delta (29 May)

MORE AID ARRIVES
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Food and medicine are given to people in the Irrawaddy delta (28 May)

INSIDE BURMA: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO
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Exclusive pictures from some of the worst-hit areas (26 May)

AID WORKER SENDS FOOTAGE OF CONDITONS
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Jonathan Pearce, who works for the charity Merlin, filmed what he saw in the Irrawaddy delta area (18 May)

FIGHTING THE CENSORS
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BBC reporter on how Burmese are getting their news (19 May)

UNDERCOVER FROM INSIDE BURMA

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Undercover reporter says aid is still in short supply in Burma (14 May)

FORCE OF CYCLONE

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Video shows the force of the cyclone which ripped through Burma

AN AID WORKER ON THE DISASTER

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An aid worker's account of conditions in Burma's Delta region (12 May)

AMATEUR FOOTAGE FROM LABUTTA

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Amateur footage of the damage to Labutta (8 May)

BURMA TV REPORT ON FOREIGN AID

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Burmese TV reports on the foreign aid that is arriving (9 May)

BURMESE MONKS HELP CLEAR-UP OPERATION

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Monks help with clear-up in Burma (8 May)





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