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Sumatra Aid Workers See Difficult Path Ahead

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Sumatra Aid Workers See Difficult Path Ahead

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Sumatra Aid Workers See Difficult Path Ahead

Sumatra Aid Workers See Difficult Path Ahead

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Hundreds of miles of Sumatran coast line will challenge aide workers in getting relief to the thousands of victims of Sunday's tsunami. Aid workers say the current toll of those killed could double. NPR's Michael Sullivan talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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