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Tsunami Relief Money Is Slow to Take Effect

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Tsunami Relief Money Is Slow to Take Effect

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Tsunami Relief Money Is Slow to Take Effect

Tsunami Relief Money Is Slow to Take Effect

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It's been 6 months since a tsunami swept across the Indian Ocean, killing a quarter of a million people in a dozen countries. As NPR's Margot Adler reports, the billions of dollars in aid that have poured into those countries is only beginning to make a dent.

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