U.S. officials say Burma's government has agreed to allow a single U.S. military aircraft carrying relief supplies to land in the country on Monday. Also, the UN's World Food Program says it will resume aid flights to Burma even after Burmese authorities impounded relief supplies flown into the country. The slow delivery of food supplies comes as news reports say that large numbers of Burmese now face shortages of food and water. A U.S. official says the storm has likely disrupted Burma's rice production leaving millions without their main food staple. VOA's Chris Simkins reports.