Elisabeth Byrs

Spokeswoman, UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

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Spokeswoman for the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Geneva, Switzerland

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The death toll from Cyclone Nargis is still rising. Today Myanmar, formerly Burma, agreed to open its doors to medical teams from ten neighboring countries.

Pondering the Right to Protect at the UN

The death toll from Cyclone Nargis is still rising. Today Myanmar, formerly Burma, agreed to open its doors to medical teams from ten neighboring countries.

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In Myanmar, formerly Burma, corpses are floating in the flood waters in the aftermath of Saturday's cyclone.

Relief Is Slow to Reach Myanmar

In Myanmar, formerly Burma, corpses are floating in the flood waters in the aftermath of Saturday's cyclone.

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