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Aceh Province Hospitals Benefiting from Foreign Help

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Aceh Province Hospitals Benefiting from Foreign Help

Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004-05

Aceh Province Hospitals Benefiting from Foreign Help

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Secretary of State Colin Powell surveys the devastation in Aceh province, the region hardest hit by last week's tsunami. Reuters hide caption

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On the ground in Indonesia's Aceh Province, relief efforts are now markedly more sophisticated. Military and civilian doctors and nurses from Australia, China, Germany, the United States and other nations are setting up medical facilities to treat those who survived the earthquake and tsunami 10 days ago. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.

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