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On 3 May 2008, a cyclone struck Myanmar. Ten days later, state television reported more than 34,000 dead. The United Nations (UN) estimates suggested the death toll may exceed 60,000. Relief agencies rushed to help, but the government in Myanmar seemed reluctant to accept assistance, even denying visas to some of the aid workers. The “unacceptably slow response” moved the ...