Northern Aceh Province Remains Difficult to Reach

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Cars and trucks traveling north to the parts of Indonesia's devastated Aceh province can get no farther than the town of Bakonan. Because bridges have been destroyed by the tsunami, the ongoing journey must be done on foot or cycle. Some are making that journey in a desperate search for loved ones. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports.

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