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Cyclone Kills Thousands in Myanmar

Myanmar's foreign minister says the death toll from a devastating cyclone that hit Saturday could reach more than 10,000. The storm knocked out electricity to the country's largest city and left hundreds of thousands of people homeless.

The U.S. charge d'affairs in Yangon, Shari Villarosa, talks about the disaster with Melissa Block.

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