Aid groups meet in Geneva, Switzerland to prepare for the possibility of a U.S. attack on Iraq, predicting that hundreds of thousands of civilians will die and millions more will suffer disease and hunger. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Michael van Rooyan of the Johns Hopkins Center for International Emergency and Refugee Services.
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