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Sri Lankans Work to Bury Dead as Aid Trickles In

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Sri Lankans Work to Bury Dead as Aid Trickles In

Sri Lankans Work to Bury Dead as Aid Trickles In

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Sri Lanka, which lost nearly 25,000 people in Sunday's catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, began to see some aid get through as the main road reopened between the capital of Colombo and the coastal city of Galle. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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