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Aid Agencies Scramble to Help Tsunami Victims

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Aid Agencies Scramble to Help Tsunami Victims

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Aid Agencies Scramble to Help Tsunami Victims

Aid Agencies Scramble to Help Tsunami Victims

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Aid agencies and governments are working to get relief supplies to southern Asia after a massive tsunami killed thousands and left millions homeless. Needs are immense and include basics such as food, clean water and medicine. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Peter Rees of the International Red Cross.

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