A World of Help

Since Asia's devastating Dec. 26 tsunami, relief has poured in on an unprecedented scale. But has the world been doing enough? In a TIME/CNN poll conducted by TNS, nearly three-quarters of respondents in Indonesia and India—two of the worst-hit countries—say they are satisfied with the global and local responses to the disaster. In Indonesia, which last week raised its calculation of the national death toll from the tsunami to more than 166,000, 82% of those surveyed expressed satisfaction with the help provided by the international community. In India, which lost more than 10,000 people but turned down international aid, 70% of...

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