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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Thousands missing, millions homeless
BANDA ACEH (INDONESIA), DEC. 28. Displaced and hungry islanders in Indonesia on Tuesday looted stores following explosive tidal waves that the United Nations said may be history's costliest natural disaster. A dozen nations in a band of ...
1,000 killed as tsunami hits train
GALLE (SRI LANKA), DEC. 28. The massive tidal waves that slammed into Sri Lanka flung a train off its tracks leaving its 1,000 passengers dead or missing, police said on Tuesday, while rescuers uncovered thousands of bodies across the country, ...
Mattress saves baby
PENANG (MALAYSIA), DEC. 28.While thousands of people lost their lives when gigantic tsunami waves hit the region here on Sunday, a 20-day-old baby girl remarkably survived, thanks to a floating mattress. When the tsunami hit the popular Miami ...
Death toll in Asia 55,000
BANDA ACEH (INDONESIA), DEC. 28. Logistical problems hampered a massive humanitarian relief operation today along Asia's devastated shores as the death toll from the tsunami surged past 55,000. With the scale of the catastrophe rapidly ...
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