Iran Aid Focuses on Survivors Citing little hope of finding any more survivors, aid workers turn their attention to organizing relief efforts for the estimated 100,000 people left homeless by last Friday's earthquake in Bam, Iran. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Rana Sidani of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
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Iran Aid Efforts Focus on Survivors

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Iran Aid Efforts Focus on Survivors

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Iran Aid Efforts Focus on Survivors

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Citing little hope of finding any more survivors, aid workers turn their attention to organizing relief efforts for the estimated 100,000 people left homeless by last Friday's earthquake in Bam, Iran. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Rana Sidani of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.