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NPR's David Greene talks to Oxfam America's Adi Martinez-Roman, who has visited the areas most affected by the quakes, about how stalled aid funding is affecting Puerto Rico.

Fear Of Aftershocks Keep Many Puerto Ricans Out Of Their Homes

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