U.S. Provides Humanitarian Assistance To Those Affected By Indonesian Earthquake, Tsunami

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: U.S. Provides Humanitarian Assistance for Those Affected by the Earthquake and Tsunami in Indonesia
This State Department blog post discusses U.S. efforts to respond to the recent earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, noting, “On October 5, the United States announced an additional $3.6 million in humanitarian assistance to help people affected by the earthquake and tsunami. … The United States stands with the people of Indonesia during this challenging time, and will continue to provide assistance to help those affected by this devastating disaster” (10/6).

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