More than three weeks after the devastating cyclone in Burma, at least 200,000 people are feared dead and 2.5 million people remain in urgent need of aid.
Most people have still not received the aid they desperately need because the regime continues to deny aid workers free access to operate in the areas most severely affected by the cyclone.
Following reports that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon had secured agreement from Burma's generals for aid workers to be allowed into the country, it was hoped that things would change.
However, it is now clear that the regime is not keeping its word. Aid workers are being denied visas and unable to operate freely in the worst affected areas. The US, UK and France are still being blocked from using their resources to deliver the large scale emergency and medical assistance needed.
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