By Ann Curry, NBC News anchor
Tonight we will see more dramatic images from Myanmar's delta region, hardest hit by last weekend's cyclone, our report from one of the few journalists able to get close.
The images are haunting. Showing the dead, and the survivors, their suffering is palpable. But even they do not even begin to tell the horror of what happened.
The government of Myanmar, which tells us 100,000 people were killed or injured, and that one and a half million are homeless, today is still preventing foreign aid from coming in.
We hear food and supplies from the UN are still in warehouses, as the government, which denied aid workers visas, doesn't have the infrastructure to get the help to the suffering.
People need food and shelter, and are expected to start getting sick and many are orphans.
How long can the world sit and watch, allowing it's hands to be tied?
If Myanmar's government can prevent the world from seeing images like those we are going to show you tonight, the world could well forget.