Tsunami Relief Groups See Strong Response from Americans The U.S. government has offered $350 million in aid to tsunami-affected countries, but aid agencies say they have been overwhelmed by the flow of contributions from the American public. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Tsunami Relief Groups See Strong Response from Americans

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Tsunami Relief Groups See Strong Response from Americans

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The U.S. government has offered $350 million in aid to tsunami-affected countries, but aid agencies say they have been overwhelmed by the flow of contributions from the American public. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.