Burma government resisting aid

Five days after a devastating cyclone struck the South East Asian nation of Burma, the first UN aid flight has landed in the country but Burma's military authority is still resisting the majority of foreign aid that's being offered

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Geo answer

The answer to today's Geo Quiz is Nishio in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. The area is known for its green tea plantations. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from green tea executive Shiro Nobunaga.


The latest from Myanmar

A plane from the U.N., the first major international airlift, has been able to land in Myanmar.The Takeaway talks a man who happened to be in the area (working at a tiger reserve) during the cyclone. He talks about the devastation.


At NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California monitors various spacecrafts across the solar system. The Takeaway gets a tour. Guest, Dr. Charles Alatchi, director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, talks about the 'seven minutes of terror,' the time it takes to land a spacecraft.


Burma's mangrove forests

Burma's mangroves have buffered the country from the worst effects of natural disasters, but now that the mangrove forests have been cleared away to make way for shrimp and fish farms


Bionic beak

Faith talks to raptor biologist Janie Fink Cantwell about the bionic beak she has constructed for an injured bald eagle that had its beak shot off by a poacher.


Reporter in Burma

Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an update from Burma from a BBC reporter who has made his way to Rangoon: He describes a country that is struggling to address the widespread death and destruction caused by a cyclone this weekend


International aid arrives in Burma

The World's Katy Clark reports on the dire situation in Burma following last weekend's cyclone where international aid has begun arriving but some aid groups are still complaining that the government is dragging its heels


The struggle to deliver aid to Burma

Twenty-two thousand people are dead. Forty-one thousand are missing. And the cyclone that roared through Myanmar (Burma) on Saturday has affected 24 million people. Aid organizations are starting the difficult process of helping.