International relief efforts have snarled while thousands of Rwandan refugees continue to die. Since the weekend, U.S. planes carrying relief supplies have circled for hours over the tiny, clogged airport at Goma, Zaire, then landed in Kenya or Uganda because they were running low on fuel. (Zairian authorities charged a fee of $2,000 from each U.S. aircraft that did land.) Many aid workers are blaming the foul-ups on French forces who have run the airport since mid-June. U.N. officials, meanwhile, suspended other American flights because they had received more aid than they could distribute amid a shortage of trucks and personnel. The chaos of goodwill comes as the tally of cholera deaths rises above 14,000.