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Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

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  • Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080505/wl_nm/myanmar_dc

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    Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

    oh my .....

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      Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

      Now 50,000 feared dead

      http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle3879492.ece

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        & 41,000 missing thus far. I can safely accept this as another sign of the times.

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          Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

          Bush to Myanmar: 'Let us help'

          http://www.cnn.com/2008/WORLD/asiapc...ief/index.html


          WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush joined a chorus of international leaders urging Myanmar's reclusive military government to allow the flow of aid after a disastrous weekend cyclone killed tens of thousands of people.

          Sure! Send us some cash. We need some new guns. Are we stupid enough to send millions to the reclusive military government?

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            Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

            What a tragedy... praying for the comforting hand of God upon families and that they would seek HIM only at this time.

            In His care,
            Tammy

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              Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

              Unfortunately, 85% of the country are going to be seeking the hands of Buddha.

              WLNF

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                Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

                Gospel for Asia has a very large presence in there. If you feel so led, they are in need of funds, BADLY.

                www.gfa.org

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                  Re: Myanmar believes 13,000 dead, missing from cyclone

                  Actually, the latest news reports are that there may be upward of 100,000 people dead in Burma. If you aren't familiar with what has happened to this once prosperous country--do a little research. It is a disgrace that the whole world sat by and let this nation be taken over by a bunch of thugs.

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