One Month After Dual Disasters, What Are Japan's Biggest Needs?

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One month after an earthquake and tsunami killed tens of thousands of Japanese and touched off a nuclear disaster, Japan is struggling to cope with the dual disasters' aftermath. Jeffrey Brown talks with the International Research Group's Yuki Tatsumi and the American Red Cross's Nan Buzard about the latest from the devastated country.

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