China Turns Attention to Homeless Last week's earthquake left more than 80,000 dead. The Chinese government is now scaling back rescue operations and turning its attention to the millions of people in need of shelter and medical care.
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China Turns Attention to Homeless

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China Turns Attention to Homeless

China Turns Attention to Homeless

China Turns Attention to Homeless

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Last week's earthquake left more than 80,000 dead. The Chinese government is now scaling back rescue operations and turning its attention to the millions of homeless and injured needing shelter and medical care. Madeleine Brand talks with Anthony Kuhn in Chengdu, China.