Aid Begins to Make Its Way to Pakistan Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reiterates the U.S. pledge to help the Kashmir region recover from Saturday's 7.6 magnitude earthquake. Five days on, help is finally reaching survivors high in the Himalayan mountains.
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Aid Begins to Make Its Way to Pakistan

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Aid Begins to Make Its Way to Pakistan

Aid Begins to Make Its Way to Pakistan

Aid Begins to Make Its Way to Pakistan

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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reiterates the U.S. pledge to help the Kashmir region recover from Saturday's 7.6 magnitude earthquake. Five days on, help is finally reaching survivors high in the Himalayan mountains.

Guests:

Ton Kuen, emergency coordinator for Kashmir. Doctors Without Borders

Eric Schwartz, office of the Special Envoy for Tsunami Recovery, United Nations; former senior director for multilateral and humanitarian affairs, National Security Council