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Aid Agencies Express Concern for Tsunami Orphans

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Aid Agencies Express Concern for Tsunami Orphans

Aid Agencies Express Concern for Tsunami Orphans

Aid Agencies Express Concern for Tsunami Orphans

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The Asian tsunami killed tens of thousands of children, and many of the survivors lost one or both parents. Now, aid agencies are concerned about the exploitation of children. Carol Bellamy, executive director of UNICEF, talks about the special needs of children affected by the disaster. Hear Bellamy and NPR's Renee Montagne.