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Central America / Hurricane Mitch / Recovery Efforts #421181

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 13, 1998
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Tegulcigalpa: Harris Whitbeck) Continuing recovery efforts in Central America after Hurricane Mitch reported; psychological aftermath of tragedy on victims examined; scenes shown from Nicaragua. [Nicaraguan WOMAN (thru translator) - says she is no longer able to build a home like what she had.] [Clinical psychologist Aura de MONTES - emphasizes the importance of treating depression and post-traumatic stress disorder among hurricane survivors.] [Psychologist Gracia CACERS - says now is the time to practice what she has learned.]

Reporter(s):
Savidge, Martin;
Whitbeck, Harris
Duration:
00:02:10

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