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Donating to Iran

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Officials say at least 20,000 people have died as a result of a massive earthquake that hit the Iranian city of Bam Friday. Thousands are homeless, and aid workers are racing to provide shelter, food and medicine. Join host Neal Conan in a discussion about the difficulties relief agencies face in collecting donations for one of the countries in the "axis of evil."

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