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The cyclone’s aftermath in Myanmar

Thursday: The Day In Photos
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon visits a mother and her baby in a cyclone relief camp in Dedaye, Myanmar. Ban Ki-moon toured Myanmar’s disaster area, and said he had come bearing a “message of hope” after the tragedy, which has left nearly 134,000 people dead or missing. (AFP / Getty Images)
Thursday: The Day In Photos
Myanmar children carry buckets of water on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. (Associated Press)
Wednesday: Day In Photos, Myanmar cyclone
A Burmese cyclone survivor dries clothes on her damaged house on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. (EPA)
Wednesday: Day In Photos, Myanmar cyclone
Cyclone survivors wait for food relief in Dedaye. Myanmar. (Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Images)
Nargis, Hlayang Thyar, Yangon, Myanmar
People displaced by cyclone Nargis rest at a relief camp in Hlayang Thyar township on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. (Khin Maung Win / AFP/Getty Images)
Nargis, Thetkal, Yangon, Myanmar.
A survivor of cyclone Nargis stands by a house rebuilt next to the wreckage of one that was destroyed, in Thetkala, on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. (Lisandru / AFP/Getty Images)
USS Essex, Myanmar, Marines, Cyclone Nargis
U.S. Marines walk past boxes of water on the USS Essex, stationed about 85 nautical miles south of Yangon, Myanmar. The water packs are part of the aid to be transferred to Myanmar once the ship receives permission from Myanmar’s ruling junta. (How Hwee Young / EPA)
Day In Photos
A Burmese street vendor waits for customers in the rain in Yangon, Myanmar. (EPA)
Day In Photos
A woman cleans beside toppled structures on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar. (Associated Press)
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