PURBA SARALIA, Bangladesh (AP) _ Tensions are rising in
Bangladesh as relief centers struggle to help tens of thousands of
survivors of last week's cyclone.
Fist fights broke out at a food distribution center in one
village where thousands of people had gathered before dawn waiting
Nearly 2,000 people descended on another camp that had only
enough food for 1,200.
A Bangladesh newspaper reports the coastal area battered by the
storm has been struck with waterborne diseases. The paper says two
children in one hard-hit district have gotten sick and died.
The top U.N. official in Bangladesh says the health ministry has
medicine. The problem is getting it where it's needed
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