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Indian Coastal Villages Empty in Tsunami's Wake

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Indian Coastal Villages Empty in Tsunami's Wake

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Indian Coastal Villages Empty in Tsunami's Wake

Indian Coastal Villages Empty in Tsunami's Wake

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The east coast of India lay directly in the path of Sunday's devastating tsunami waves. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Rina Samuel of World Vision, who says villages in the region are empty, while the smell of bodies fills the air. Many survivors had few resources to begin with and must now start over.

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