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U.S. Boosts Tsunami Aid to $350 Million

U.S. Boosts Tsunami Aid to $350 Million

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The White House announces the U.S. will boost its aid contribution to tsunami victims from $35 million to $350 million. Secretary of State Colin Powell said the increase came after discussions with disaster officials made clear the size of the tragedy. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.

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