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Red Cross: 'We are doing our best to get aid to Nepal'

Aid for those affected by the central Nepal earthquake has been pouring in from around the world.

But the International Red Cross says it has been challenging to get supplies to the areas that need them most because of bottlenecks at Kathmandu airport. The BBC's Jennifer Pak visited one of its supply warehouses in Port Klang, Malaysia.

  • 01 May 2015
  • From the section Asia
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