Daily Misery on the World

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** EARTHQUAKE BENER MERIAH- CENTRAL ACEH -INDONESIA JULY 2013

Earthquake Magnitude 6,2 SR , Killed 40 people,   destroying 13.862 homes, and 2.362  people were injured. 1 village reported missing or aground

An Acehnese man makes his way under the collapsed roof of a building after it was destroyed

An Acehnese man makes his way under the collapsed roof of a building after it was destroyed by an earthquake in Ketol, Central Aceh, Indonesia, early Wednesday, July 3, 2013. The magnitude  quake struck Tuesday afternoon at a depth of just 10 kilometers (6 miles) and was centered on the far western tip of Sumatra island in Aceh province. (Photo: Syahrol Rizal-http://www.sfgate.com)

Acenese men assist an earthquake victim to receive medical treatment outside

Acenese men assist an earthquake victim to receive medical treatment outside a community health center in Bener Meriah, Aceh province, Indonesia.  (Photo: Ahmad Ariska -http://www.sfgate.com)

Rubble from damaged and destroyed houses lies on a slope

Rubble from damaged and destroyed houses lies on a slope in Highland Bener Meriah Aceh. Aid began to trickle in to devastated villages. (AFP Photo/ Atar/Getty Images)

Relatives read a copy of the Al Qur an for their loved one who

Relatives read a copy of the Koran  (Al Qur’an) for their loved one who died after inland quakes hit Aceh province in Blang Mancung on July 3, 2013. (AFP Photo / Fikri Ramadhavi /Getty Images)

Acehnese quake survivors are treated outside the hospital in Lampahan

Acehnese quake survivors are treated outside the hospital in Lampahan village in Aceh province on July 2, 2013.  (AFP Photo / Reza Juanda/Getty Images)

Rescuers search for victims in debris of houses

Rescuers search for victims in debris of houses crushed by a landslide riggered ke in Bener Meriah district in the highlands of Aceh province. (AFP/ Photo Atar/ Getty Images)

** FLOOD IN JAKARTA JANUARY 2013

Rescuers evacuate a baby from a flood area in Jakarta, Indonesia, Jan. 18, 2013. Waters were receding in some parts of Jakarta after widespread floods brought the Indonesian capital to a virtual standstill, authorities said. (EPA)

Rescuers evacuate a baby from a flood area in Jakarta, Indonesia, Jan. 18, 2013. Waters were receding in some parts of Jakarta after widespread floods brought the Indonesian capital to a virtual standstill, authorities said. (EPA)



A person attempts to bail water from a stranded Rolls-Royce.  Ed Wray, Getty Images

A person attempts to bail water from a stranded Rolls-Royce. Ed Wray, Getty Images

Soldier helps a man cross a flooded street.  Irwin Ferdiansyah, AP

Soldier helps a man cross a flooded street. Irwin Ferdiansyah, AP

A Rolls Royce is stranded in floodwater in Jakarta's central business district on Jan. 17, 2013 in Jakarta. Thousands of Indonesians were displaced and the capital was covered in many key areas in over a meter of water after days of heavy rain. (Ed Wray/Getty Images)

A Rolls Royce is stranded in floodwater in Jakarta’s central business district on Jan. 17, 2013 in Jakarta. Thousands of Indonesians were displaced and the capital was covered in many key areas in over a meter of water after days of heavy rain. (Ed Wray/Getty Images)

People struggle through floodwaters in Jakarta's central business district on Jan. 17, 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Ed Wray/Getty Images)

People struggle through floodwaters in Jakarta’s central business district on Jan. 17, 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. (Ed Wray/Getty Images)

Vendors try to go about businesses as usual despite floodwaters at Cipulir textile market (http://teakdoor.com)

Vendors try to go about businesses as usual despite floodwaters at Cipulir textile market (http://teakdoor.com)

Rescues under way in flooded Jakarta(http://photoblog.nbcnews.com/)

Rescues under way in flooded Jakarta(http://photoblog.nbcnews.com/)

Flooding in Jakarta  A City Swamped by Its Own Success from the atlanticcities com

Flooding in Jakarta A City Swamped by Its Own Success from the atlanticcities com

** NIGERIA FLOOD

Children dispaced by floods pose in a relief camp as they wait to be evacuated following ejection from the camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Children dispaced by floods pose in a relief camp as they wait to be evacuated following ejection from the camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Eighty-seven-year-old displaced victims of flood Lydia Anuasa (C) sits on her wares following notice of forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Eighty-seven-year-old displaced victims of flood Lydia Anuasa (C) sits on her wares following notice of forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victim, 15-year-old mother Gladys Marcus looks at her two-week-old child delivered in a relief camp waits to be evacuated following forceful ejection from the camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government in the oil-rich Niger Delta region November 15, 2012. A devastatting surging floods, according to officials estimates, have killed at least 363 people and left another 2.3 million people homeless resulting to a drastic fall in oil production to a two-year low in October. Meanwhile, the UN humanitarian agency has said earlier this month that flood affected areas are facing severe food insecurity and there is a serious risk of the spread of water borne diseases. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victim, 15-year-old mother Gladys Marcus looks at her two-week-old child delivered in a relief camp waits to be evacuated following forceful ejection from the camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government in the oil-rich Niger Delta region November 15, 2012. A devastatting surging floods, according to officials estimates, have killed at least 363 people and left another 2.3 million people homeless resulting to a drastic fall in oil production to a two-year low in October. Meanwhile, the UN humanitarian agency has said earlier this month that flood affected areas are facing severe food insecurity and there is a serious risk of the spread of water borne diseases. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victims pack their wares following forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victims pack their wares following forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victims pack their wares following forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

Displaced flood victims pack their wares following forceful ejection from a relief camp by the authorities of Bayelsa State government, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. Nigeria estimates that the now slowly receding floods have killed 363 people and affected another 7.7 million, of whom 2.1 million have been displaced from their homes. About $38 million dollars (30 million euros) are needed to help some two million people made homeless by deadly floods that have ravaged Nigeria, the UN humanitarian agency said. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

A paramilitary officer speaks to a displaced flood victim in a relief camp following an order to eject people from the camp by authorities, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. According to estimates from Nigerian authorities, surging waters this rainy season in Africa's most populous nation have killed at least 363 people and left another 2.1 million homeless. The flooding also slashed crude production by about 20 percent for a period in a country that is home to the continent's largest oil industry. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

A paramilitary officer speaks to a displaced flood victim in a relief camp following an order to eject people from the camp by authorities, in Yenagoa, in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, on November 15, 2012. According to estimates from Nigerian authorities, surging waters this rainy season in Africa’s most populous nation have killed at least 363 people and left another 2.1 million homeless. The flooding also slashed crude production by about 20 percent for a period in a country that is home to the continent’s largest oil industry. AFP PHOTO/PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)

** COLOMBIA FIRE FOREST

Firefighters, Civil Defense personnel and local volunteers try to extinguish a forest fire on January 11, 2013, on a hill in the municipality of Cota, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia. According to partial data from the Risk Management Office, in the early days of 2013 forest fires have affected 49 municipalities in12 departments of Colombia, caused by the dry season, which began in December 2012 and will last until next March. AFP PHOTO/Nestor SILVA (Photo credit should read Nestor Silva/AFP/Getty Images)

Firefighters, Civil Defense personnel and local volunteers try to extinguish a forest fire on January 11, 2013, on a hill in the municipality of Cota, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia. According to partial data from the Risk Management Office, in the early days of 2013 forest fires have affected 49 municipalities in12 departments of Colombia, caused by the dry season, which began in December 2012 and will last until next March. AFP PHOTO/Nestor SILVA (Photo credit should read Nestor Silva/AFP/Getty Images)

Firefighters try to extinguish a forest fire on January 11, 2013, on a hill in the municipality of Cota, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia. According to partial data from the Risk Management Office, in the early days of 2013 forest fires have affected 49 municipalities in12 departments of Colombia, caused by the dry season, which began in December 2012 and will last until next March. AFP PHOTO/Nestor SILVA (Photo credit should read Nestor Silva/AFP/Getty Images)

Firefighters try to extinguish a forest fire on January 11, 2013, on a hill in the municipality of Cota, on the outskirts of Bogota, Colombia. According to partial data from the Risk Management Office, in the early days of 2013 forest fires have affected 49 municipalities in12 departments of Colombia, caused by the dry season, which began in December 2012 and will last until next March. AFP PHOTO/Nestor SILVA (Photo credit should read Nestor Silva/AFP/Getty Images)

** JAPAN EARTHQUAKE

Neena Sasaki, 5, carries some of the family belongings from her home that was destroyed in Rikuzentakata, Miyagi province, on March 15, 2011. Photo: Getty Images

Neena Sasaki, 5, carries some of the family belongings from her home that was destroyed in Rikuzentakata, Miyagi province, on March 15, 2011. Photo: Getty Images

An upended house among debris in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture, on March 15, 2011. Photo: US Navy

An upended house among debris in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture, on March 15, 2011. Photo: US Navy

A satellite image of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant taken before the quake and tsunami. Photo: DigitalGlobe

A satellite image of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant taken before the quake and tsunami. Photo: DigitalGlobe

As a tsunami warning blares, a father tries to flee for safety with his just-reunited four-month-old baby girl rescued from the rubble of Ishinomaki on March 14, 2011. Photo: AP

As a tsunami warning blares, a father tries to flee for safety with his just-reunited four-month-old baby girl rescued from the rubble of Ishinomaki on March 14, 2011. Photo: AP

Rescue workers walk past a destroyed car during heavy snowfall at a factory area in Sendai on March 16, 2011. Photo: Reuters

Rescue workers walk past a destroyed car during heavy snowfall at a factory area in Sendai on March 16, 2011. Photo: Reuters

A mother tries to talk to her daughter who has been isolated for signs of radiation after evacuating from the vicinity of Fukushima's nuclear plants. Photo: Reuters

A mother tries to talk to her daughter who has been isolated for signs of radiation after evacuating from the vicinity of Fukushima’s nuclear plants. Photo: Reuters

Japan Ground Self-Defence Force members search for the victims of the tsunami in Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, on March 14, 2011. Photo: AP

Japan Ground Self-Defence Force members search for the victims of the tsunami in Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, on March 14, 2011. Photo: AP

People wait in front of a shop before its opening in Sendai, on March 16, 2011. Photo: AP

People wait in front of a shop before its opening in Sendai, on March 16, 2011. Photo: AP

A satellite image of the damage inland of Minamisoma in Fukushima taken on March 2010

A satellite image of the damage inland of Minamisoma in Fukushima taken on March 2010

** EARTHQUAKE HITS CHILLE

on February 28, 2010, a day after a huge 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Chile early morning, killing at least 700 people. The South American nation has been hit by numerous aftershocks, some reaching over 6 points on the Richter scale, as well as heavy damages in coastal towns resulting from subsequent tsunamis. (Getty Images)

a MAN WALKS PAST THE CORPSE

People walk among the rubble from destroyed buildings blocking a street in Concepcion on February 28, 2010, a day after a huge 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Chile early morning, killing at least 700 people. The South American nation has been hit by numerous aftershocks, some reaching over 6 points on the Richter scale, as well as heavy damages in coastal towns resulting from subsequent tsunamis. AFP PHOTO/Ivan ZAPATA (Photo credit should read Ivan Zapata/AFP/Getty Images)

cARS ARE SEEN FLIPED

Cars are seen flipped over after a bridge collapsed in Santiago due to a huge 8.8-magnitude earthquake that rocked Chile early killing at least 78 people, on February 27, 2010. The massive quake plunged much of the Chilean capital, Santiago, into darkness as it snapped power lines and severed communications, and AFP journalists spoke of walls and masonry collapsing. People in pyjamas fled onto the streets. AFP PHOTO/MARTIN BERNETTI (Photo credit should read MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images)

pICTURE TAKEN OM MARCH

Picture taken on March 1, 2010 showing the massive destruction caused by a tsunami in the Chilean city of Pulluhue, 320 km south of Santiago, three day after a huge 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked the country and killed at least 711 people. The South American nation has been hit by numerous aftershocks, some reaching over 6 points on the Richter scale, as well as heavy damages in coastal towns resulting from subsequent tsunamis. (AFP Photo/Martin Bernetti/Getty Images)

** PALESTINE

Protect the innocent people from abuse

Protect the innocent people from abuse

The angels, who died maintaining the truth

The angels, who died maintaining the truth

When guns to be pride  the soldiers, innocent people who became victims

When guns to be pride the soldiers, innocent people who became victims

Israeli army atrocities, committed against civilians why...?

Israeli army atrocities, committed against civilians why….?

Really ... really cruel behavior

Really … really cruel behavior

Innocent civilians always the victims

Innocent civilians always the victims

** HAITI

A Haitian man washes the face of his wounded family member as he is treated at the Israeli army hospital on January 18, 2010 in Port-au-Prince  Haiti

A Haitian man washes the face of his wounded family member as he is treated at the Israeli army hospital on January 18, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

A man grieves over the dead body of a relative who just passed away after being rescued from the rubble January 19, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

A man grieves over the dead body of a relative who just passed away after being rescued from the rubble January 19, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti ((Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

Sonsonne Semtembre

Sonsonne Semtembre, 9, center, hangs on to a tree branch as he tries to stay in line with others to receive disaster relief at the US 82nd Airborne Division’s forward operating base in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) #

An injured child is pictured at a makeshift hospital in Port-au-Prince

An injured child is pictured at a makeshift hospital in Port-au-Prince January 16, 2010. (REUTERS/Kena Betancur) #

A Haitian man lies on the ground, injured and bloody, after he was beaten by civilians that accused him of stealing food January 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince

A Haitian man lies on the ground, injured and bloody, after he was beaten by civilians that accused him of stealing food January 20, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (Uriel Sinai/Getty Images) #

A U.S. marine carries bottled water after landing in a rural area outside Port-au-Prince January 19, 2010

A U.S. marine carries bottled water after landing in a rural area outside Port-au-Prince January 19, 2010. U.S. Black Hawk helicopters swooped down on Haiti’s wrecked presidential palace to deploy troops and supplies on Tuesday as a huge international relief operation to help earthquake survivors gained momentum. (REUTERS/St Felix Evens) #
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A man touches his newborn baby, born three days ago, at the Israeli hospital in Port-au-Prince January 20, 2010

A man touches his newborn baby, born three days ago, at the Israeli hospital in Port-au-Prince January 20, 2010. (REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins) #

U.S. Army Private First Class Thomas of the 82nd Airborne Division

U.S. Army Private First Class Thomas of the 82nd Airborne Division, stands among a crowd of about 2,000 people to help maintain order as they line up for water distribution at a camp set up on a golf course in Port-au- Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) #

** TSUNAMI ACEH-INDONESIA 0N 26 DECEMBER 2004

Impact tsunami in Aceh more than 165000 people were killed or remain missing.

Unidentified victims of the quake and tidal waves lay down at a military

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA: Unidentified victims of the quake and tidal waves lay down at a military hospital in Banda Aceh, 27 December 2004. The rotting corpses of quake victims piled up in Indonesia’s Aceh where up to 25,000 were feared dead and the possibility of disease outbreaks threatened to claim more lives. AFP HOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Human corpse has decays

A car stuck between trash and trees

Almost 70 percent housing is collapes

 BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - JANUARY 2: A woman cries beside a mass grave of tsunami victims January 2, 2005 in Banda   Aceh, Indonesia. The province of Banda Aceh, one of the worst hit regions in last Sundays 9.0 earthquake, lost over   50,000 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – JANUARY 2: A woman cries beside a mass grave of tsunami victims January 2, 2005 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The province of Banda Aceh, one of the worst hit regions in last Sundays 9.0 earthquake, lost over 50,000 people. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

MEULABOH, INDONESIA: Acehneses try to identify a victim of the quake and tsunamis as they search for missing   relatives in Meulaboh, the hardest area hit by the 9.0 earthquake and tsunamis a week ago, 01 January 2005.   Indonesia's tsunami death toll passed 94,000, 03 January 2005 as desperate survivors in isolated areas of Aceh   province remained without aid more than a week after the disaster, despite a huge global relief effort. AFP PHOTO   (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

MEULABOH, INDONESIA: Acehneses try to identify a victim of the quake and tsunamis as they search for missing relatives in Meulaboh, the hardest area hit by the 9.0 earthquake and tsunamis a week ago, 01 January 2005. Indonesia’s tsunami death toll passed 94,000, 03 January 2005 as desperate survivors in isolated areas of Aceh province remained without aid more than a week after the disaster, despite a huge global relief effort. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images).

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - JANUARY 7: Patients lie in the military hospital, which is still crowded with tsunami   victims January 7, 2005 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. According to reports, more than 100,000 people in Indonesia are   now feared to have been killed by the tsunami of December 26, 2004. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – JANUARY 7: Patients lie in the military hospital, which is still crowded with tsunami victims January 7, 2005 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. According to reports, more than 100,000 people in Indonesia are now feared to have been killed by the tsunami of December 26, 2004. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

An Indonesian tsunami disaster victim is helped by a US medic

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA: An Indonesian tsunami disaster victim (R) is helped by a US medic to get out of a US Seahawk helicopter in Banda Aceh military airport after he was evacuated from Suak Beka, west coast of Aceh province, 14 January 2005. The United Nations urged Indonesia not to impose a deadline on foreign troops providing relief assistance in tsunami-hit Aceh province, while the US President George W. Bush predicted that US aid would help defeat Islamic extremists. The armed forces of Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and the United States all rushed units to Aceh in the wake of the December 26 tsunami disaster which killed more than 110,000 Indonesians out of a total of over 163,000 deaths around Asia. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

A group of children victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami disaster

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – JANUARY 6: A group of children, victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami disaster, sing songs at a refugee camp on January 6, 2005, in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The Indonesian government has estimated that 35,000 children have been made homeless, orphaned or separated from their parents in Aceh after the tsunamis. (Photo by Dimas Ardian/Getty Images)

A policeman C collects

LEUPUNG, INDONESIA: A policeman (C) collects remains of bodies of tsunami victims from the rubble of houses in Leupung, Aech province, 27 January 2005. Last month’s devastated earthquake and tsunamis that swept the region, left the Asian-wide toll of presumed dead from the disaster exceeding 280,000. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

A resettlement area for tsunami

A resettlement area for tsunami victims in Banda Aceh is seen on April 16, 2009. Indonesia’s tsunami reconstruction agency wound up work in devastated Aceh province April 16 ending its responsibility for one of the largest disaster reconstruction efforts in history. The 2004 tsunami killed 168,000 people in Aceh region. ( AFP Photo/ Chaideer Mahyuddin/Getty Images)

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