IRC Aids N. Korean Disas North Korea declares a state of emergency in an area near its border with China, where an untold number of people are feared dead or injured in a railway accident. The International Red Cross says relief efforts are under way. The reclusive North Korean government has not released any information. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.
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Red Cross Heads to North Korean Train Disaster Site

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Red Cross Heads to North Korean Train Disaster Site

Red Cross Heads to North Korean Train Disaster Site

Red Cross Heads to North Korean Train Disaster Site

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North Korea declares a state of emergency in an area near its border with China, where an untold number of people are feared dead or injured in a railway accident. The International Red Cross says relief efforts are under way. The reclusive North Korean government has not released any information. Hear NPR's Rob Gifford.