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Monday, January 03, 2005
In Aceh, most have gone forever
BANDA ACEH, JAN. 2. I thought I would know what to expect when I arrived in Indonesia. A few days before I had seen the devastation wreaked by the tsunami in Phuket in Thailand. But nothing prepared me for Banda Aceh: the assault on all my senses ...
Thailand to set up warning system
PHUKET, JAN. 2. The Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, visited the tsunami-ravaged Phuket island on Sunday, hoping to prop up a tourism industry that is critical to its economy. Some of the beaches that were least affected by the walls ...
PoK council proposes study on constitutional arrangements
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 2. In an unusual move, the Pakistan-controlled Jammu and Kashmir Council (referred to as the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Council) Secretariat has proposed a research study seeking proposals for "constitutional" arrangements for ...
Agenda for ASEAN summit being worked out
SINGAPORE, JAN. 2. The agenda for an extraordinary international summit on the earthquake-tsunami crisis, scheduled to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia, on January 6, is being worked out, according to officials. Even as diplomats from the ...
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