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News Briefing: Some Myanmar Aid Reportedly Stolen

By Kate Golden on May 14, 2008No Comment
  • Teach for America sees applications jump by more than a third this year.  [Associated Press]
  • The directors of several relief organizations in Myanmar believe that some of the international aid arriving into the country is being stolen, diverted, or warehoused by the military.  [New York Times]
  • Dozens of colleges and universities seek funding from donors to overhaul their aid programs.  [Wall Street Journal]
  • Jennifer Lopez will host and help coordinate the third Noche de Ninos gala benefitting the Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.  [Associated Press]
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