More photos of Myanmar Cyclone victims

 More photos of Myanmar Cyclone victims

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This photo taken on May 3, 2008 and received May 6...

This photo taken on May 3, 2008 and received May 6, 2008 shows a monk walking past branches covering the road after being blown down by winds from Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar’s largest city Yangon. More than 15,000 people died after the powerful cyclone swept across Myanmar last weekend, including 10,000 in a single town, the military government announced on May 6, 2008 in state media.
3:50 a.m. ET, 5/6/08 MATT DAVIS / AFP/Getty Images

A woman donates money for the Myanmar cyclone disa...

A woman donates money for the Myanmar cyclone disaster, sponsored by a large food supermarketand organised together with the Hong Kong Red Cross on May 9, 2008. The Red Cross said that a chartered plane carrying five tonnes of emergency shelter equipment for cyclone victims in Myanmar has landed in Yangon. Myanmar state media has said nearly 23,000 people died and about 42,000 are missing after Cyclone Nargis swept through the country, but aid workers and embassy officials say the death toll could top 100,000. 4:00 a.m. ET, 5/9/08 LAURENT FIEVET / AFP/Getty Images

This photo received on May 7, 2008 and taken on Ma...

This photo received on May 7, 2008 and taken on May 3, 2008 from the Mizzima News shows people walking in water past an uprooted tree in Myanmar’s capital Yangon after the country was hit by cyclone Nargis on May 2-3. AFP / AFP/Getty Images

Residents collect water into tanks as they seek sa...

Residents collect water into tanks as they seek safe drinking water following devastating cyclone Nargis , in Yangon, Myanmar, on Thursday, May 8, 2008. AP

In this photo released by China's Xinhua News Agen...

In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, residents queue to get water after the cyclone in Yongon, Myanmar Monday, May 5, 2008. The storm has left hundreds of thousands of people homeless and without clean drinking water, said a spokesman in Bangkok Thailand for the United Nations office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Zhang Yunfei / AP

Cyclone-affected residents clean their belongings ...

Cyclone-affected residents clean their belongings along a street in Kungyangon in the outskirts of Yangon on May 8, 2008. The UN is to launch an urgent appeal to aid 1.5 million people affected by cyclone Nargis which hit Myanmar last weekend, a spokeswoman said. KHIN MAUNG WIN / AFP/Getty Images

 

Myanmar worker clean up the ground at the Six Laye...

Myanmar worker clean up the ground at the Six Layer Pagoda damaged by cyclone Nargis in the outskirts of Yangon on Friday May 9, 2008.AP

Residents collect water and shower in Yangon on Ma...

Residents collect water and shower in Yangon on May 05, 2008. More than 10,000 people have been killed in a tropical cyclone that struck Myanmar at the weekend, Foreign Minister Nyan Win told state television, adding that his nation would welcome international aid. KHIN MAUNG WIN / AFP/Getty Images

German Red Cross staff Jens Huniat drives goods wi...

German Red Cross staff Jens Huniat drives goods with a forklift through the central stock of German Red Cross for humanitarian aid at Berlin Schoenefeld airport Friday, May 09, 2008. German Red Cross will sent the first aid transport with a mobile water and sanitation module to Myanmar next week for relief actions after the cyclone disaster. Sven Kaestner / AP

This undated handout photo released wednesday, May...

This undated handout photo released wednesday, May 7, 2008, by New Words shows a slogan written on a road over a bridge in Myanmar encouraging a no vote against a key referendum on a proposed constitution backed by the junta. State radio has said that Saturday’s vote would be delayed until May 24 in 40 of 45 townships in the Yangon area and seven in the Irrawaddy delta. But it indicated the balloting would proceed in other areas as scheduled. AP

(FILES) This file photo taken on September 13, 200...

(FILES) This file photo taken on September 13, 2005 shows a military C-130 plane flying by the Lakefront Airport as it sprays insecticide over parts of New Orleans, Louisiana, following the flood that engulfed the city. A US embassy spokesman said on May 8, 2008 that Myanmar will allow at least one C-130 transport plane to deliver US emergency aid to Yangon in the wake of the Cyclone Nargis disaster that has killed thousands, but Myanmar’s junta has shown no signs of accepting a wider international relief effort.      BRIAN SNYDER / AFP/Getty Images

Myanmar election officials give ballot papers to v...

Myanmar election officials give ballot papers to voters at a poll station for a referendum in Hlegu, 30 miles (48 kilometers) north of Yangon on Saturday May 10, 2008. Voters in Myanmar trickled into polling booths Saturday for a referendum that was expected to solidify the ruling junta’s hold on power, even though the military rulers appeared overwhelmed by a devastating cyclone that killed tens of thousands.




A Spanish worker shows hygiene family kits waiting...

A Spanish worker shows hygiene family kits waiting to be sent to Myanmar at military airport of Torrejon de Ardoz near Madrid on May 08, 2008. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies launched an emergency appeal for almost six million USD to help cyclone Nargis victims in Myanmar. ANGEL NAVARRETE / AFP/Getty Images

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