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INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VLCK
December 20, 2019
Sangeetha (L) and her sister pose inside the premises of a care home for orphaned children set up by...
Nagapattinam, India
Sangeetha and her sister pose inside the premises of a care home for orphaned children set up by Karibeeran...
Sangeetha (L) and her sister pose inside the premises of a care home for orphaned children set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani (not pictured), who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKVD
December 20, 2019
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, take pictures...
Nagapattinam, India
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, take pictures...
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, take pictures of children they shelter at their care home for orphaned children in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKVB
December 20, 2019
A girl staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Nagapattinam, India
A girl staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
A girl staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, has her hair braided, in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKV9
December 20, 2019
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost...
Nagapattinam, India
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost...
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, bathe inside at the home in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKV5
December 20, 2019
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Nagapattinam, India
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose in a park along a beach in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKV4
December 20, 2019
Karibeeran Paramesvaran (front), who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, helps cook food inside...
Nagapattinam, India
Karibeeran Paramesvaran, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, helps cook food inside his house...
Karibeeran Paramesvaran (front), who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, helps cook food inside his house that he has turned into a care home for orphaned children in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKV3
December 20, 2019
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who had lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose...
Nagapattinam, India
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who had lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose...
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who had lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose with a photograph showing their children inside their house that they have turned into a care home for orphaned children in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKUI
December 20, 2019
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Nagapattinam, India
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Children staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, eat a meal before heading to school in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKUA
December 20, 2019
Children staying in a care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Nagapattinam, India
Children staying in a care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they...
Children staying in a care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, leave the care home as they head to school in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKU1
December 20, 2019
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost...
Nagapattinam, India
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost...
Boys staying in the care home set up by Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani after they lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, put on their clothes before heading to school in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKTZ
December 20, 2019
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, show their...
Nagapattinam, India
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, show their...
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, show their family album inside their house that they have turned into a care home for orphaned children in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKTS
December 20, 2019
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose outside...
Nagapattinam, India
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose outside...
Karibeeran Paramesvaran and his wife Choodamani, who lost three children in the 2004 tsunami, pose outside their house that they have turned into a care home for orphaned children in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-COUPLE
RTS2VKTR
December 20, 2019
A view of the coastline in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December...
Nagapattinam, India
A view of the coastline in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India
A view of the coastline in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-FAMILY
RTS2VBCI
December 18, 2019
Reena, who lost four siblings and her family's home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people...
Nagapattinam, India
Reena stands inside a house in Nagapattinam
Reena, who lost four siblings and her family's home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across the coasts of several Asian countries, stands inside a house in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-FAMILY
RTS2VBCF
December 18, 2019
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000...
Nagapattinam, India
Saranya walks with her younger sister Reena and their differently-abled brother Mohan inside a house...
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across the coasts of several Asian countries, walks with her younger sister Reena and their differently-abled brother Mohan inside a house in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-FAMILY
RTS2VBCE
December 18, 2019
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000...
Nagapattinam, India
Saranya looks on as her younger sister Reena speaks on a mobile phone inside a house in Nagapattinam
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across the coasts of several Asian countries, looks on as her younger sister Reena speaks on a mobile phone inside a house in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-FAMILY
RTS2VBCD
December 18, 2019
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000...
Nagapattinam, India
Saranya looks at her differently-abled brother Mohan inside the kitchen of a house in Nagapattinam
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across the coasts of several Asian countries, looks at her differently-abled brother Mohan inside the kitchen of a house in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
INDIANOCEAN-TSUNAMI/INDIA-FAMILY
RTS2VBCB
December 18, 2019
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami victim Saranya poses with her younger sister Reena and their brother Mohan outside a house in...
Saranya (R), who lost four siblings and her family home in the tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across the coasts of several Asian countries, poses with her younger sister Reena and their brother Mohan outside a house in Nagapattinam district in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India, December 4, 2019. Picture taken December 4, 2019. REUTERS/P. Ravikumar
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BLBP
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candle light silent march to pay homage to the victims of the...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors take part in candle light silent march to pay homage to victims of Indian Ocean...
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candle light silent march to pay homage to the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners from across the world wept, prayed and observed moments of silence along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines on Monday to remember those killed by one of nature's deadliest disasters. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL9E
December 26, 2005
The reflection of children orphaned by the tsunami is seen on a plaque at a memorial park in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Reflection of children orphaned by the tsunami is seen on plaque in Nagapattinam
The reflection of children orphaned by the tsunami is seen on a plaque at a memorial park in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BL9B
December 26, 2005
Tsunami survivors stand in line to pay homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivors stand in line to pay homage to victims in Nagapattinam
Tsunami survivors stand in line to pay homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL95
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors gather on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors gather on a beach in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami survivors gather on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BL5N
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candle light silent march to pay homage to the victims of the...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors take part in candle light silent march to pay homage to victims of Indian Ocean...
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candle light silent march to pay homage to the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners from across the world wept, prayed and observed moments of silence along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines on Monday to remember those killed by one of nature's deadliest disasters. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BL5K
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candlelight silent march to pay homage to tsunami victims in...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candlelight silent march to pay homage to tsunami victims in...
Indian tsunami survivors take part in a candlelight silent march to pay homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners from across the world wept, prayed and observed moments of silence along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines on Monday to remember those killed by one of nature's deadliest disasters. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL2O
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor walks past a bridge being constructed in the fishing village of Akaraipettai...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor walks past a bridge being constructed in fishing village of Akaraipettai
An Indian tsunami survivor walks past a bridge being constructed in the fishing village of Akaraipettai near Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL2M
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor of a self-help group gets ready at a stall in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor of a self-help group gets ready at a stall in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor of a self-help group gets ready at a stall in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BL0Z
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor prays on a beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor prays on a beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor prays on a beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BL0F
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors walk during a silent march for paying homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors walk during a silent march for paying homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam...
Indian tsunami survivors walk during a silent march for paying homage to tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL0C
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor wails for her relative on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivor wails for her relative on a beach in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor wails for her relative on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BL0A
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in the tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKWF
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor cries as she pays homeage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKR4
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor cries as she pays homeage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKQJ
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails for her relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails for her relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam...
An Indian tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails for her relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BKPW
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors raise their hands as they wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors raise their hands as they wail for their relatives in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami survivors raise their hands as they wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKPC
December 26, 2005
A tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails in Nagapattinam
A tsunami survivor raises her hands as she wails on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BKNB
December 26, 2005
Tsunami survivors pray on a beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivors pray on beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam
Tsunami survivors pray on a beach on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKN6
December 26, 2005
Girls orphaned by the tsunami cry behind a damaged boat displayed at a memorial park in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Girls orphaned by the tsuinami cry behind a damaged boat in Nagapattinam
Girls orphaned by the tsunami cry behind a damaged boat displayed at a memorial park in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKN4
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor cries as she pays homeage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BKM3
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA TSUNAMI
RTR1BKM0
December 26, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI
RTR1BKL2
December 26, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor carries her baby on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivor carries her baby on a beach in Nagapattinam
An Indian tsunami survivor carries her baby on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA
RTXO3FY
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km .....
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of [Chennai], December 25, 2005. [Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion.]
INDIA
RTXO3FW
December 25, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims.....
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of [Chennai] December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again.
INDIA
RTXO3FV
December 25, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims...
Nagapattinam, India
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims.....
An Indian tsunami survivor, who is an orphaned girl, cries as she pays homage to the tsunami victims in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of [Chennai] December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again.
INDIA
RTXO3FU
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 mile.....
Indian tsunami survivors wail for their relatives on a beach in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of [Chennai] December 26, 2005. Mourners across the world gathered on Monday along ravaged Indian Ocean coastlines to remember more than 231,000 people who died in last year's tsunami. A year on, a huge reconstruction operation has brought hope to hundreds of thousands living in temporary shelters, but the sorrow and pain from one of nature's most ferocious episodes remains strong -- and fears that monster waves could come again.
INDIA
RTR1BKJH
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami orphan survivors open the gate of a state run orphanage centre in Nagapattinam, about...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami orphan survivors open gate of state run orphanage centre in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami orphan survivors open the gate of a state run orphanage centre in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. Picture taken December 25, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
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December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami orphan survivors practise a dance in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami orphan survivors practise dance in orphanage in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami orphan survivors practise a dance in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKI0
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami survivor girls ride on a swing at the playground of a newly built permanent rehabilitation...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivor girls ride on swing at playground of newly built permanent rehabilitation housing...
Indian tsunami survivor girls ride on a swing at the playground of a newly built permanent rehabilitation housing colony in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA
RTR1BKHX
December 25, 2005
A tsunami survivor sits in the balcony of her new house built by an aid group in Nagapattinam, about...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivor sits in the balcony of her new house in Nagapattinam
A tsunami survivor sits in the balcony of her new house built by an aid group in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Governments and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKCR
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in orphanage in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami orphan survivors wait for tea in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKCN
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami orphan survivors comb each other's hair in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami orphan survivors comb each other's hair in Nagapattinam
Indian tsunami orphan survivors comb each other's hair in a state-run orphanage in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BKCJ
December 25, 2005
A tsunami survivor cries after falling from a swing at a playground in a newly-built permanent rehabilitation...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivor cries after falling from a swing at a playground in Nagapattinam
A tsunami survivor cries after falling from a swing at a playground in a newly-built permanent rehabilitation housing estate in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Governments and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK8Z
December 25, 2005
A woman (R) arranges fish for drying in a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai...
Nagapattinam, India
Woman arranges fish in a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai
A woman (R) arranges fish for drying in a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Governments and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK7I
December 25, 2005
An Indian tsunami survivor prays during a Christmas mass at a church in the fishing village of Akkarapettai...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivor prays during Christmas mass at church in fishing village of Akkarapettai
An Indian tsunami survivor prays during a Christmas mass at a church in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Governments and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004, earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK3E
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors smile at a playground in a newly built permanent rehabilitation housing colony...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors smile at playground in newly built permanent rehabilitation housing colony in...
Indian tsunami survivors smile at a playground in a newly built permanent rehabilitation housing colony in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK0Q
December 25, 2005
A child cries on a beach in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles)...
Nagapattinam, India
Child cries on beach in fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam
A child cries on a beach in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK0N
December 25, 2005
Tsunami survivors take sand from a construction site on a beach in the fishing village of Akkarapettai...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivors take sand from construction site in fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam...
Tsunami survivors take sand from a construction site on a beach in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai, December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BK08
December 25, 2005
Tsunami survivors play at a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Tsunami survivors play at a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam...
Tsunami survivors play at a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BJZQ
December 25, 2005
A boy peeps through a partition at a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Boy peeps through partition at rehabilitation camp in Akkarapettai
A boy peeps through a partition at a rehabilitation camp in the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Governments and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004, earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations have amounted to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
TSUNAMI INDIA
RTR1BJUU
December 25, 2005
Indian tsunami survivors rebuild their house on the beach of the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam,...
Nagapattinam, India
Indian tsunami survivors rebuild their house on the beach of the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam...
Indian tsunami survivors rebuild their house on the beach of the fishing village of Akkarapettai in Nagapattinam, about 325 km (202 miles) from the southern Indian city of Chennai December 25, 2005. Government and multilateral agencies have pledged more than $7.3 billion in aid for nations hit by the December 26, 2004 earthquake and tsunami in the Indian Ocean, while global private donations amount to more than $5.7 billion. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
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