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In Sri Lanka, a National Day of Mourning
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In Sri Lanka, a National Day of Mourning

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In Sri Lanka, a National Day of Mourning

In Sri Lanka, a National Day of Mourning
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In Sri Lanka, the death toll from the tsunami is now above 28,000. In the village of Ahangama, volunteers delivered blankets and bags of rice to survivors. The government declares a national day of mourning, but many people didn't need an official declaration. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.

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