Rescuers fear soaring death toll in Bangladesh

Helicopters airlifted food to hungry survivors Monday while rescuers struggled to reach remote areas devastated by Bangladesh’s worst cyclone in a decade, amid fears the death toll could be far higher than the official figure of 2,400. The army helicopters carried mostly high-protein cookies supplied by the World Food Program, said Emamul Haque, a spokesman for the organization’s office in the capital, Dhaka, which was coordinating international relief efforts. Full Story

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