China Continues Recovery, Rebuilding Effort

One month ago, a 7.9 magnitude quake struck China's Sichuan Province, killing at least 69,000 people. Some 18,000 are still missing. While there was praise for China's initial response, now the longer, harder part of rebuilding is slowing: Long-term housing is needed, with 5 million people homeless.



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