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News Briefing: US Disaster Relief Efforts Hampered

By Kate Golden on May 8, 2008No Comment

Aid workers and supplies from some U.S. nonprofits, blocked from entering Burma, funnel aid to groups already on the ground.  [Washington Post]

Four Nigerian NFL players return to Africa to help.  [New York Times]

The Landmarks Preservation Commission oppose St. Vincent’s Hospital’s plan to demolish nine exisiting buildings in the historic Greenwich Village district.  [New York Times]

Our Lady of the Lake University, in San Antonio, is substantially damaged in a fire.  [New York Times]

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