Southeast Asia Reeling After Huge Tsunamis

Relief efforts are under way around the northern rim of the Indian Ocean, where tsunamis devastated low-lying villages and towns Sunday, killing thousands.

Guests:

Tom Casadevall, regional director, U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colo.; spent several years in Indonesia

Alfred Ironside, UNICEF spokesperson at the Unicef headquarters in New York

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