More countries pledge aid for quake victims
Veeramalla Anjaiah and Febriyan
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Mother Nature has been cruel to the people of Padang, but around the world, people have generously opened their wallets and sent planeloads of food, water, medicine and equipment. Rescue workers, doctors and even dogs have been sent from abroad to help the thousands of people still buried beneath the rubble of the devastated city. The biggest help came from the European Commission, the r...
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