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Bush pledges US to lead international assistance to victims

By Bryan Bender and Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / December 30, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- As a US naval armada began steaming to the region, President Bush yesterday pledged to lead a coordinated international effort to help tsunami-stricken Asia, and said initial US aid of $35 million would be ''only just the beginning" of a long-term response to one of the worst natural disasters in history. (Full article: 876 words)

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