Asian Disasters Challenge Relief Efforts When another earthquake shook Indonesia Monday, the United Nations, Red Cross and other humanitarian groups quickly responded. U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland discusses how he directs the flow of billions of dollars of aid money into the disaster-struck region.
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Asian Disasters Challenge Relief Efforts

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Asian Disasters Challenge Relief Efforts

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When another earthquake shook Indonesia Monday, the United Nations, Red Cross and other humanitarian groups quickly responded. U.N. emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland discusses how he directs the flow of billions of dollars of aid money into the disaster-struck region.