Politics Complicate Sri Lanka Aid Efforts

Sectarian tensions are complicating relief efforts in Sri Lanka, a country trying to recover from two decades of civil war. NPR's Madeleine Brand discusses the issues with Martin Regg Cohn, Asia correspondent for the Toronto Star.



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