The Asian tsunami whose deadly waves have created havoc along the coasts of two continents is the single most devastating global natural disaster of our time.
The Indonesian "province" of Aceh on the island of Sumatra is only 155 km from the epicentre of the earthquake.
The Indonesian ‘province’ of Aceh, on the island of Sumatra, is just 155 kilometres from the epicentre of last Sunday’s earthquake.
Despite the biblical scale of floods and destruction, the death along the Indian Ocean coastline was no ‘Act of God’.
Everyone in the region and tens of millions elsewhere in the world with access to some form of media is shocked and bewildered by what happened on the shores of the Indian Ocean on the […]
The tragic devastation wreaked by the earthquake and tidal wave in the Indian Ocean has killed tens of thousands of people. In Sri Lanka alone, the death toll has reached 13,000 and is still rising.
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