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About $1 billion is needed over three years, according to a new assessment. But the junta's lack of reform is raising doubts about long-term assistance.
They are channeling supplies across the Thai-Burmese border to existing underground networks spread across the disaster zone.
A donor conference Sunday pledged some $100 million, but participating nations said aid was conditional on greater access.
United Nations chief Ban Ki Moon arrived Thursday and hopes to meet Burma's leader Gen. Than Shwe today.
The Taiwanese Tzu Chi Foundation says it has sent 15 workers into Burma and won permission to set up a distribution center in Rangoon.
Officials move refugees out of monasteries to stem monks' influence.
Western states want Asian nations to pressure Burma to accept help.
Without aid coming along Burma's Asian Highway, Burmese head east to find help.
The military regime views foreign aid workers as potential spies or
A May 10 poll could underscore how unpopular the regime is, as it slowly opens to foreign aid.
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