Mehr als 40 Tote durch Zyklon "Mocha" in Myanmar
SITTWE, RAKHINE STATE, MYANMAR MAY 16, 2023 SOURCE: AFPTV IMAGES (03:06) 1. Wide shot Bul Hu Son (SB1), member of Rohingya minority, holding canvas to cover body of his daughter, together with relatives, he lost his wife and several children [WARNING: DEATH] 2-3 Wide shot Bul Hu Son (SB1), member of Rohingya minority, holding canvas to cover body of his daughter and others crying next to the body 4-5 Wide shot men carrying the body to bury 6-7 Wide shot people praying in front of the body 8-9 Wide shot people carrying the body to bury 10-11 Wide shot people carrying the body to bury 12-13 Wide shot people to bury the body 14-15 Tilt down from military plane to people burying the body 16-17 Wide shot women crying 18-19 Mid shot women crying 20-21 Mid shot people walking on street, debris and damaged houses on two sides at Basara tract 22-23 Tracking shot road covered by fallen trees, man cleaning tree branch 24-25 Tracking shot woman and child sitting in damaged house 26-27 Wide shot debris on ground and damaged houses 28-29 Pan right debris on ground and damaged houses 30-31 Pan right woman walking on debris 32-33 Pan right ground covered by debris, house toppled 34-35 Tracking shot people walking on debris 36-37 Wide shot woman who lost daughter and grandson searching for things at her destroyed home 38-39 Pan left woman who lost daughter and grandson searching for things at her destroyed home 40-41 Wide shot people at debris covered area 42-43 Wide shot Arbada (SB5), member of Rohingya minority from Basara village, sitting on the ground at debris covered area 44. Wide shot destroyed house 45. Mid shot people waiting to buy things 46. Wide shot a good stall 47. SOUNDBITE 1 - Nur Bah, member of Rohingya minority (female, Rohingya, 18 sec): "I found the bodies of my son's wife and daughter here. And I found the dead bodies of my brother and my sons near the village. One was found on the road. Another one was found inside the village." 48. SOUNDBITE 2 - Bul Hu Son, member of Rohingya minority (He's in the opening shots burying his daughter) (male, Burmese, 18 sec) "Nine out of my 14 family members were killed. Only five survived. They were killed because they couldn't resist when strong wind swathed them away on their way." 49. SOUNDBITE 3 - Kyaw Swar Win, member of Rohingya minority from Basara village (male, Burmese, 16 sec): "Any help from the government hasn't come. No one even comes and asks about us. We just have to suffer ourselves for what has happened to us." 50. SOUNDBITE 4 - Karlo, Buu May Basara area administer (male, Burmese, 18 sec): "We got 17 dead bodies including children, girls and boys. We buried them at the cemetery. More than 100 people are missing since we arrived back. We have found that amount so far." 51. SOUNDBITE 5 - Arbada, member of Rohingya minority from Basara village (female, Burmese, 26 sec): "I had to work very hard for living and to own things and rice. Now all of my belongings, rice and even dishes are gone. Now I have no money to rebuild my house. We are starving. I haven't eaten for two days. How many days does a person have to go hungry? I don't know when the government will come to help."