In pictures- Burma storm toll 4000
The clean-up has begun in Burma two days after a cyclone hit the country, reportedly killing nearly 4,000 people and destroying many houses.
In the largest city, Rangoon, police and local residents joined forces to clear streets littered with fallen trees and debris.
Many people were queuing to buy clean water, amid reports that it was fast becoming scarce.
Some residents said that they had never seen Rangoon – a city of more than five million people – so devastated.
Five of Burma’s regions have been declared disaster zones after cyclone Nagris hit the South East Asian country on Saturday.
Some aid is beginning to reach victims, but many roads remain inaccessible, officials say.
Foreign aid agencies are pressing Burma’s military junta to ease movement restrictions on their staff to help victims.