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Brazil Keeps Sending Aid to Tsunami Victims

In the next few days, Brazil’s humanitarian aid to the countries victimized by the tsunamis that struck Asia on December 26, 2004, should reach the mark of 250 tons. New shipments will embark for the region this week.

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