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Troops pouring in with aid

Scant resources and fears of violence strain relief workers

National Guard troops assisted victims displaced by Hurricane Katrina outside the New Orleans convention center yesterday.
By Thomas Farragher and Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / September 3, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- National Guard troops poured into this storm-staggered city yesterday as smoke fouled the air, corpses piled up in morgues, and bitter residents said President Bush was merely acknowledging the obvious when he said the US response to Hurricane Katrina's devastation was not adequate. (Full article: 1409 words)

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