The second round of presidential voting was marked by violence and intimidation. Voters could vote only for President Mugabe.
Even some military lawyers opposed the techniques, according to congressional testimony this week.
Authorities have ordered Asian doctors in the cyclone-hit south home. The urgent need is for volunteers who bring basic care to far-flung villages, some aid workers say.
More workers are being allow in, but some who have been in cyclone-affected areas say bureaucracy is impeding access to victims.
United Nations chief Ban Ki Moon arrived Thursday and hopes to meet Burma's leader Gen. Than Shwe today.
As the French education ministry revisits Holocaust curricula this month, advocates say Chambon-sur-Lignon's story would be 'revolutionary' for schoolchildren.
The military regime views foreign aid workers as potential spies or activists' allies.
Critics say the junta's May 10 constitutional referendum is meant to enshrine military rule. Pledges of assistance continued to grow Friday.
The UN refugee agency last week harshly criticized Athens for poor treatment of asylum seekers – a majority of whom are from Iraq and Afghanistan.