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Tsunami: then and now

<p>A combination photo shows (top) Indonesian soldiers removing the body of a 2004 tsunami victim near a mosque in Banda Aceh, on the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra January 2, 2005, and (bottom), a view of the same area, December 5, 2009.   REUTERS/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) Indonesian soldiers removing the body of a 2004 tsunami victim near a mosque in Banda Aceh, on the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra January 2, 2005, and (bottom), a view of the same area, December 5,...more

A combination photo shows (top) Indonesian soldiers removing the body of a 2004 tsunami victim near a mosque in Banda Aceh, on the northern part of the Indonesian island of Sumatra January 2, 2005, and (bottom), a view of the same area, December 5, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) the body of a tsunami victim beside a damaged building in Banda Aceh, January 5, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese men sitting and eating corn in the same area, December 4, 2009. Though confusion sometimes reigned among many aid groups with varying agendas, they built more than 140,000 homes, 1,700 schools, 996 government buildings, 36 airports and seaports, 3,800 houses of worship, 363 bridges and 3,700 km of road, according to Indonesian reconstruction agency (BRR) data.   REUTERS/Stringer/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) the body of a tsunami victim beside a damaged building in Banda Aceh, January 5, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese men sitting and eating corn in the same area, December 4, 2009. Though confusion sometimes reigned among many...more

A combination photo shows (top) the body of a tsunami victim beside a damaged building in Banda Aceh, January 5, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese men sitting and eating corn in the same area, December 4, 2009. Though confusion sometimes reigned among many aid groups with varying agendas, they built more than 140,000 homes, 1,700 schools, 996 government buildings, 36 airports and seaports, 3,800 houses of worship, 363 bridges and 3,700 km of road, according to Indonesian reconstruction agency (BRR) data. REUTERS/Stringer/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking past a ship washed ashore by the tsunami in Banda Aceh December 28, 2004, and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping a street in front of the Hotel Medan in the same area, December 5, 2009.   REUTERS/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking past a ship washed ashore by the tsunami in Banda Aceh December 28, 2004, and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping a street in front of the Hotel Medan in the same area, December 5, 2009. ...more

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking past a ship washed ashore by the tsunami in Banda Aceh December 28, 2004, and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping a street in front of the Hotel Medan in the same area, December 5, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) bodies of tsunami victims floating in the water near the city port of Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) a view of the same area, December 3, 2009.    REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) bodies of tsunami victims floating in the water near the city port of Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) a view of the same area, December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta

A combination photo shows (top) bodies of tsunami victims floating in the water near the city port of Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) a view of the same area, December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) rescue workers removing a body of a tsunami victim from the compound of the Grand Mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004 and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping the grass in the same area, December 3, 2009.   REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) rescue workers removing a body of a tsunami victim from the compound of the Grand Mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004 and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping the grass in the same area, December 3, 2009. ...more

A combination photo shows (top) rescue workers removing a body of a tsunami victim from the compound of the Grand Mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004 and (bottom) an Acehnese worker sweeping the grass in the same area, December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) Acehnese women searching for their missing relatives among tsunami victims in Banda Aceh in Indonesia's Aceh province on December 28, 2004, and a child riding his bicycle in front of a morgue in the same area, December 6, 2009.   REUTERS/Handout/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) Acehnese women searching for their missing relatives among tsunami victims in Banda Aceh in Indonesia's Aceh province on December 28, 2004, and a child riding his bicycle in front of a morgue in the same area, December...more

A combination photo shows (top) Acehnese women searching for their missing relatives among tsunami victims in Banda Aceh in Indonesia's Aceh province on December 28, 2004, and a child riding his bicycle in front of a morgue in the same area, December 6, 2009. REUTERS/Handout/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) survivors looking at the bodies of tsunami victims at the Baiturrahman mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) Acehnese women praying in the same area, December 2, 2009.   REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) survivors looking at the bodies of tsunami victims at the Baiturrahman mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) Acehnese women praying in the same area, December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Darren...more

A combination photo shows (top) survivors looking at the bodies of tsunami victims at the Baiturrahman mosque in Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) Acehnese women praying in the same area, December 2, 2009. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) a view of the damage near Baiturrahman mosque December 27, 2004, the day after a tsunami hit the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh, and (bottom) an Acehnese man collecting grass for his goat in the same area, December 4, 2009.    REUTERS/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) a view of the damage near Baiturrahman mosque December 27, 2004, the day after a tsunami hit the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh, and (bottom) an Acehnese man collecting grass for his goat in the same area, December 4,...more

A combination photo shows (top) a view of the damage near Baiturrahman mosque December 27, 2004, the day after a tsunami hit the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh, and (bottom) an Acehnese man collecting grass for his goat in the same area, December 4, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (L) the bodies of victims in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh the day after the December 27, 2004 tsunami hit, and the same view of Banda Aceh December 5, 2009.    REUTERS/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (L) the bodies of victims in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh the day after the December 27, 2004 tsunami hit, and the same view of Banda Aceh December 5, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta

A combination photo shows (L) the bodies of victims in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh the day after the December 27, 2004 tsunami hit, and the same view of Banda Aceh December 5, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 2, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese students walking on a jogging track in the same area of Blang Padang park in Banda Aceh, December 5, 2009.   REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 2, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese students walking on a jogging track in the same area of...more

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 2, 2005, and (bottom) Acehnese students walking on a jogging track in the same area of Blang Padang park in Banda Aceh, December 5, 2009. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Beawiharta

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 4, 2005, and (bottom) an Acehnese man walking in the same area in Banda Aceh, December 3, 2009.    REUTERS/Romeo Ronoco/Beawiharta</p>

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 4, 2005, and (bottom) an Acehnese man walking in the same area in Banda Aceh, December...more

A combination photo shows (top) an Acehnese man walking on debris from the aftermath of the 2004 tsunami in the provincial Indonesian capital of Banda Aceh January 4, 2005, and (bottom) an Acehnese man walking in the same area in Banda Aceh, December 3, 2009. REUTERS/Romeo Ronoco/Beawiharta

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<p>Combo pictures shows aerial views of Calang town, which was hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, in Indonesia's Aceh province taken on August 3, 2005 (L) and December 14, 2007 (R), in this handout picture released on December 26, 2007.   REUTERS/BRR/Arif Ariadi</p>

Combo pictures shows aerial views of Calang town, which was hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, in Indonesia's Aceh province taken on August 3, 2005 (L) and December 14, 2007 (R), in this handout picture released on December 26, 2007. ...more

Combo pictures shows aerial views of Calang town, which was hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, in Indonesia's Aceh province taken on August 3, 2005 (L) and December 14, 2007 (R), in this handout picture released on December 26, 2007. REUTERS/BRR/Arif Ariadi

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<p>In this combo picture, tourists are seen outside a hotel as they wait to be evacuated from Phi Phi Island after giant waves swept through the tourist resort December 27, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009.   REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, tourists are seen outside a hotel as they wait to be evacuated from Phi Phi Island after giant waves swept through the tourist resort December 27, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. ...more

In this combo picture, tourists are seen outside a hotel as they wait to be evacuated from Phi Phi Island after giant waves swept through the tourist resort December 27, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, tourists are seen at a pier as they wait to be evacuated from the Phi Phi Islands, southern Thailand, December 27, 2004 after a tsunami swept through this famous tourist resort (top) and the same pier nearly five years after, December 11, 2009.    REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, tourists are seen at a pier as they wait to be evacuated from the Phi Phi Islands, southern Thailand, December 27, 2004 after a tsunami swept through this famous tourist resort (top) and the same pier nearly five years after,...more

In this combo picture, tourists are seen at a pier as they wait to be evacuated from the Phi Phi Islands, southern Thailand, December 27, 2004 after a tsunami swept through this famous tourist resort (top) and the same pier nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, foreign tourists are seen as they stretcher an injured person along a destroyed beach on Phi Phi island December 26, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009.    REUTERS/Reuters TV/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, foreign tourists are seen as they stretcher an injured person along a destroyed beach on Phi Phi island December 26, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Reuters TV/Damir Sagolj more

In this combo picture, foreign tourists are seen as they stretcher an injured person along a destroyed beach on Phi Phi island December 26, 2004 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Reuters TV/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, a hotel in Thailand's Phi Phi island is seen after the tsunami January 3, 2005 (top) and the same hotel with tourist enjoying their holidays nearly five years after, December 11, 2009.   REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, a hotel in Thailand's Phi Phi island is seen after the tsunami January 3, 2005 (top) and the same hotel with tourist enjoying their holidays nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Damir Sagolj

In this combo picture, a hotel in Thailand's Phi Phi island is seen after the tsunami January 3, 2005 (top) and the same hotel with tourist enjoying their holidays nearly five years after, December 11, 2009. REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, tourists are seen walking in the tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009.   REUTERS/Ulf Michaelson/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, tourists are seen walking in the tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Ulf Michaelson/Damir Sagolj

In this combo picture, tourists are seen walking in the tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Ulf Michaelson/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, survivors are seen as they survey the damage after a tsunami hit the entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009.    REUTERS/Ulf Michaelson/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, survivors are seen as they survey the damage after a tsunami hit the entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Ulf...more

In this combo picture, survivors are seen as they survey the damage after a tsunami hit the entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Ulf Michaelson/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, residents and tourists are seen standing in ankle-deep water in tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after December 10, 2009.   REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, residents and tourists are seen standing in ankle-deep water in tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after December 10, 2009. ...more

In this combo picture, residents and tourists are seen standing in ankle-deep water in tsunami-hit entertainment district of Patong in Phuket (top) December 26, 2004 and the same street nearly five years after December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, a Thai woman is seen collecting items from the aftermath of the tsunami disaster in Patong Beach on the Thai resort island of Phuket January 1, 2005 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 10, 2009.   REUTERS/Adrees Latif/Damir Sagolj</p>

In this combo picture, a Thai woman is seen collecting items from the aftermath of the tsunami disaster in Patong Beach on the Thai resort island of Phuket January 1, 2005 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. ...more

In this combo picture, a Thai woman is seen collecting items from the aftermath of the tsunami disaster in Patong Beach on the Thai resort island of Phuket January 1, 2005 (top) and the same site nearly five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees Latif/Damir Sagolj

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<p>In this combo picture, debris is strewn at a hotel near the popular Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand December 29, 2004 after a tsunami slammed the coast (top) and foreign tourists enjoy the weather at the same hotel five years after, December 10, 2009.   REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Damir Sagolj </p>

In this combo picture, debris is strewn at a hotel near the popular Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand December 29, 2004 after a tsunami slammed the coast (top) and foreign tourists enjoy the weather at the same hotel five years after, December 10,...more

In this combo picture, debris is strewn at a hotel near the popular Patong beach in Phuket, Thailand December 29, 2004 after a tsunami slammed the coast (top) and foreign tourists enjoy the weather at the same hotel five years after, December 10, 2009. REUTERS/Kin Cheung/Damir Sagolj

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<p>A combination photo shows (TOP) a woman wandering around the rubble in the commercial center of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami, and (BOTTOM) a boy running with a ball in outside of a soccer field in Galle October 6, 2009.  REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Carlos Barria</p>

A combination photo shows (TOP) a woman wandering around the rubble in the commercial center of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami, and (BOTTOM) a boy running with a ball in outside...more

A combination photo shows (TOP) a woman wandering around the rubble in the commercial center of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami, and (BOTTOM) a boy running with a ball in outside of a soccer field in Galle October 6, 2009. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Carlos Barria

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<p>Combination photo shows (top) damaged buses piled up in a town square in Galle, Sri Lanka December 27, 2004 and (bottom) a general view of the bus station in Galle, south of Colombo Octiber 6, 2009.  REUTERS/Carlos Barria</p>

Combination photo shows (top) damaged buses piled up in a town square in Galle, Sri Lanka December 27, 2004 and (bottom) a general view of the bus station in Galle, south of Colombo Octiber 6, 2009. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Combination photo shows (top) damaged buses piled up in a town square in Galle, Sri Lanka December 27, 2004 and (bottom) a general view of the bus station in Galle, south of Colombo Octiber 6, 2009. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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<p>A combination photo shows (TOP) a man wandering around the rubble in the commercial centre of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami and a general view (BOTTOM) of a comercial area in Galle, south of Colombo October 6, 2009.   REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Carlos Barria</p>

A combination photo shows (TOP) a man wandering around the rubble in the commercial centre of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami and a general view (BOTTOM) of a comercial area in...more

A combination photo shows (TOP) a man wandering around the rubble in the commercial centre of the town of Galle, southern Sri Lanka, on January 30, 2005 after it was flattened by the Dec 26 tsunami and a general view (BOTTOM) of a comercial area in Galle, south of Colombo October 6, 2009. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Carlos Barria

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<p>A combination photo shows (top) Sumith Lalantha (L) who lost his three sisters, and his wife Sriyani, standing January 2, 2005, in the ruins of their house in Kathaluwa which was devastated by the 2004 tsunami, and (bottom) a family walking past new homes at a development in Kathaluwa, built for families who lost homes in the 2004 tsunami, November 29, 2009.   REUTERS/Yves Herman/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds</p>

A combination photo shows (top) Sumith Lalantha (L) who lost his three sisters, and his wife Sriyani, standing January 2, 2005, in the ruins of their house in Kathaluwa which was devastated by the 2004 tsunami, and (bottom) a family walking past new...more

A combination photo shows (top) Sumith Lalantha (L) who lost his three sisters, and his wife Sriyani, standing January 2, 2005, in the ruins of their house in Kathaluwa which was devastated by the 2004 tsunami, and (bottom) a family walking past new homes at a development in Kathaluwa, built for families who lost homes in the 2004 tsunami, November 29, 2009. REUTERS/Yves Herman/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

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<p>A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", being bathed by his mother Jenita Jeyaraj at their home October 20, 2005 (L) and five-year-old Abhilash Jeyaraj walking next to his mother before catching a ride to school at their home in Kurukkalmadam in Batticaloa district November 23, 2009.   REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds</p>

A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", being bathed by his mother Jenita Jeyaraj at their home October 20, 2005 (L) and five-year-old Abhilash Jeyaraj walking next to his mother before catching a...more

A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", being bathed by his mother Jenita Jeyaraj at their home October 20, 2005 (L) and five-year-old Abhilash Jeyaraj walking next to his mother before catching a ride to school at their home in Kurukkalmadam in Batticaloa district November 23, 2009. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

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<p>A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", playing in his family's home October 20, 2005 (top) and five-year-old Jeyaraj yawning while watching TV at home as he waits for a ride to school in Kurukkalmadam in Batticaloa district November 23, 2009.    REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds</p>

A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", playing in his family's home October 20, 2005 (top) and five-year-old Jeyaraj yawning while watching TV at home as he waits for a ride to school in...more

A combo photo shows one-year-old tsunami survivor Abhilash Jeyaraj, also known as "Baby 81", playing in his family's home October 20, 2005 (top) and five-year-old Jeyaraj yawning while watching TV at home as he waits for a ride to school in Kurukkalmadam in Batticaloa district November 23, 2009. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi/Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

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