Aid Groups Plan for Consequences of Possible War with Iraq As the international debate over how to disarm Iraq continues, relief agencies prepare for the humanitarian fallout from any armed conflict in the region. Aid organizations set up food, tents and medical supplies in countries surrounding Iraq. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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Aid Groups Plan for Consequences of Possible War with Iraq

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Aid Groups Plan for Consequences of Possible War with Iraq

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Aid Groups Plan for Consequences of Possible War with Iraq

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As the international debate over how to disarm Iraq continues, relief agencies prepare for the humanitarian fallout from any armed conflict in the region. Aid organizations set up food, tents and medical supplies in countries surrounding Iraq. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.