Tom Gilson

One wants to say something about a tragedy like the one in Myanmar. But what can be said, other than to express grief, to pray for the survivors, and to try to help, at least from a distance. For those on the scene there have been barriers beyond logistics, however.

A U.N. official says the World Food Program is suspending cyclone aid to Myanmar because its government seized supplies flown into the country.
He says the WFP has no choice but to suspend the shipments until the matter is resolved.

God help them; God help us all.

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