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1.                   Workers place the body of a tidal wave victim in a coffin in Khao Lak, Thailand on 31 December 2004. Five Canadians have been confirmed dead and some 150 were missing following the Asia earthquake and tidal wave, the government said(AFP/DDP/Johannes Simon)

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2.                   ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY The legs of a tsunami victim protrude from the bucket of a mechanical digger on Phi Phi Island, January 1, 2005. Thailand offered financial aid on Saturday to help rebuild one of its most important tourist destinations, but hotel operators said it could take two years to repair the tsunami damage. The world poured money into tsunami-battered Asia on Saturday, six days after the massive earthquake off the Indonesian island of Sumatra triggered giant tsunami waves, killing nearly 127,000 people. REUTERS/STR

Reuters - 26 minutes ago


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3.                   Thai forces carry the body of a tsunami victim on Phi Phi Island, January 1, 2005. Thailand offered financial aid on Saturday to help rebuild one of its most important tourist destinations, but hotel operators said it could take two years to repair the tsunami damage. The world poured money into tsunami-battered Asia on Saturday, six days after the massive earthquake off the Indonesian island of Sumatra triggered giant tsunami waves, killing nearly 127,000 people. REUTERS/STR

Reuters - 27 minutes ago


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4.                   An Indonesian refugee walks past what remains of the local prison damaged by last weekend's 9.0 magnitude earthquake in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Wardens released inmates at the main jail in Indonesia's Aceh province minutes before it was flooded in the tsunami disaster but their fate remains unknown, a resident and a policeman said(AFP/Choo Youn-Kong)

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5.                   US President George W. Bush , seen here in 2004, was set to return to Washington on Sunday, ending a weeklong vacation that he did not interrupt following the devastating Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami(AFP/File)

AFP/File - 1 hour, 0 minute ago


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6.                   One of a group of four Acehnese babies (R) is carried through Halim Perdana Kusumah airport in Jakarta for hospital treatment January 1, 2005, after Sunday's massive earthquake and powerfull tsunami. The disaster is now known to have killed more than 80,000 people on northern Sumatra island, all but a handful of them in Aceh. Officials say the final toll may exceed 100,000. REUTERS/Supri

Reuters - 1 hour, 12 minutes ago


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7.                   A wounded Indonesian man receives medical treatment from the local Red Crescent team after the area was hit by a powerful earthquake and tsunami in Banda Aceh.(AFP/Choo Youn-Kong)

AFP - 1 hour, 8 minutes ago


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8.                   An Indonesian man collects leftover goods from his damaged shop in Banda Aceh as the area struggles to cope with the disaster after it was hit with an earthquake and tsunami.(AFP/Choo Youn-Kong)

AFP - 1 hour, 8 minutes ago


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9.                   A man holds clothing her received at a handout with others in the town in Banda Aceh as the area struggles to cope with the disaster after it was hit with an earthquake and tsunami.(AFP/Choo Youn-Kong)

AFP - 1 hour, 8 minutes ago


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10.               An aerial view January 1, 2005 of Meulaboh town following Sunday's massive earthquake and the powerfull tsunami triggered by it. Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono made a brief visit to the town of Meulaboh, just 150 km from epicenter of the earthquake. The disaster is now known to have killed more than 80.000 people on northern Sumatra island, all but a handful of them in Aceh. Officials say the final toll may exceed 100,000. REUTERS/Dudi Anung-State Secretariat

Reuters - 1 hour, 18 minutes ago


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11.               One of a group of four Acehnese babies (R) is carried through Halim Perdana Kusumah airport in Jakarta for hospital treatment, January 1, 2005, after Sunday's massive earthquake and powerfull tsunami. The disaster is now known to have killed more than 80.000 people on northern Sumatra island, all but a handful of them in Aceh. Officials say the final toll may exceed 100,000. REUTERS/Supri

Reuters - 1 hour, 18 minutes ago


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12.               Indonesian refugees get relief goods from international and Indonesian relief organisations in Banda Aceh, as the area struggles to cope after it was hit with an earthquake and tsunami.(AFP/Choo Youn-Kong)

AFP - 1 hour, 59 minutes ago


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13.               A member of the US Navy from the USS Abraham Lincoln guards relief supplies at the airport in Banda Aceh, a day before they plan to take supplies to victims of the killer earthquake and tsunami in Meulaboh, along the coast.(AFP/Str)

AFP - 2 hours, 0 minute ago


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14.               Residents assist in extracting a partially-damaged auto rickshaw from the debris of a house at a fishermen's colony hit by tsunami in Nagappattinam, in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005. At least 122,993 people are reported dead around southern Asia and as far away as Somalia on Africa's eastern coast, most killed by massive tsunamis that smashed coastlines after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off Indonesia's coast on Sunday. The death toll in India is 8,955. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)

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15.               Acehnese men try to salvage mattresses and other goods for their families at a refugee camp in the Lhonga district of Banda Aceh. The OPEC Fund for International Development will give 1.2 million dollars in aid to victims of the devastating earthquake and tidal waves in Asia, the president of its governing board said(AFP/Bay Ismoyo)

AFP - 2 hours, 6 minutes ago


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16.               This handout satellite image received from DigitalGlobe, 30 December 2004, and taken early 26 December 2004 shows receding waters and beach damage on coastline of the southwestern city of Kalutara, Sri Lanka shortly after a tsunami hit. Five Canadians have been confirmed dead and some 150 were missing following the Asia earthquake and tidal wave, the government said(AFP/Digitalglobe-HO)

AFP/Digitalglobe-HO - 2 hours, 21 minutes ago


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17.               Earthquake recorded on a seismograph. A large earthquake struck under the sea off Indonesia's Sumatra Islands, seismologists said(AFP/File/Romeo Gacad)

AFP/File - 2 hours, 26 minutes ago


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18.               An unidentified man (L) who was stranded by the Asia tsunami embraces an unidentified woman as he arrives back at London's Heathrow airport, on a British Airways flight from Bangkok chartered by Britain's Foreign Office, January 1, 2005. The world poured money into tsunami-battered Asia on Saturday, as aid workers, troops and grieving locals worked frantically to bury thousands of rotting corpses and help millions threatened by disease. Six days after the massive earthquake off the Indonesian island of Sumatra triggered giant tsunami waves, the death toll stood at nearly 127,000 but that figure was expected to rise as more bloated bodies were found by the minute. REUTERS/Matt Dunham

Reuters - 2 hours, 26 minutes ago


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19.               A Tibetan Buddhist monk sits alongside Christian nuns during an inter religious prayer service to express sympathy for tsunami victims in Bangalore, India, Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005. At least 123,184 people are reported dead around southern Asia and as far away as Somalia on Africa's eastern coast, most killed by massive tsunamis that smashed coastlines after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off Indonesia's coast on Sunday. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

AP - 2 hours, 40 minutes ago


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20.               A Tibetan Buddhist girl prays as Christian nuns, background, look on during an inter religious prayer service to express sympathy for tsunami victims in Bangalore, India, Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005. At least 123,184 people are reported dead around southern Asia and as far away as Somalia on Africa's eastern coast, most killed by massive tsunamis that smashed coastlines after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake off Indonesia's coast on Sunday. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)

AP - 2 hours, 48 minutes ago

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