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Aid Can't Reach Some Sri Lankan Villages

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Aid Can't Reach Some Sri Lankan Villages

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Aid Can't Reach Some Sri Lankan Villages

Aid Can't Reach Some Sri Lankan Villages

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Sri Lankan Governor Alavi Mowlana says both the government and International Red Cross are doing all they can to provide relief to the island's urban and costal areas, but smaller villages inland are inaccessible. Roads and bridges have been washed out, and there are no helicopters available. He speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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