South Asian Quake Survivors Still in Dire Need

The official death toll from the Oct. 8 earthquake in South Asia has risen to more than 73,000. Relief agencies are making an urgent plea for more money to prevent survivors from dying when the harsh Himalayan winter sets in. Jan Egeland, coordinator of U.N. relief efforts, details current needs.



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