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A Look at One U.S. Aid Group's Tsunami Relief Efforts
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A Look at One U.S. Aid Group's Tsunami Relief Efforts

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A Look at One U.S. Aid Group's Tsunami Relief Efforts

A Look at One U.S. Aid Group's Tsunami Relief Efforts
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Direct Relief International, a medical relief agency in Santa Barbara, Calif., is working overtime to get millions of dollars in drug and health care donations to the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami as quickly as possible. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports.

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