Indonesia Restricts Travel for Aid Workers

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Indonesia's government imposes military control over the area devastated by the Indian Ocean tsunami. Aid groups and journalists can no longer travel freely in Aceh province. The government says many areas of the province, where a separatist struggle has waged for years, are not safe. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.

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