New Year's a Day of Mourning in Devastated Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka, the death from Sunday's tsunami stands at more than 28,000, with some 5,000 still missing. Officials there have declared New Year's Day a day of mourning, as relief workers try to help the devastated population. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.



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