Indonesian Island Reels After Earthquake The Indonesian island of Nias appears to have taken the largest hit in Monday's Indian Ocean earthquake. Michele Norris talks with Jeremie Delage, an aid worker with Oxfam International, about the current situation.
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Indonesian Island Reels After Earthquake

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Indonesian Island Reels After Earthquake

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Indonesian Island Reels After Earthquake

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The Indonesian island of Nias appears to have taken the largest hit in Monday's Indian Ocean earthquake. Michele Norris talks with Jeremie Delage, an aid worker with Oxfam International, about the current situation.

Smoke rises amid damaged buildings in the town of Gunungsitoli on Indonesia's Nias island after an 8.7-magnitude earthquake, March 29. Reuters hide caption

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