Brazil’s Donations to Tsunami Victims in Search of Plane

Sohaku Bastos, the head of the Sri Lanka consulate office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, reports that he needs help from airlines to ship some 60 tons of food and clothing that have been donated by Brazilians who want to help tsunami victims.

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