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Life in Aceh After Quake - 17 Apr 2012
Life in Aceh After Quake - 17 Apr 2012
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A man walks near earthquake and tsunami detector at Lok Kruet beach, in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A man walks near earthquake and tsunami detector at Lok Kruet beach, in Aceh Besar
A man walks near earthquake and tsunami detector at Lok Kruet beach, in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 15, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A coconut tree is seen against the backdrop of a sunset at Lamno beach, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012....
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A coconut tree is seen against the backdrop of a sunset at Lamno beach, in Aceh Besar
A coconut tree is seen against the backdrop of a sunset at Lamno beach, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
Children cross a temporary bridge after school in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012. It...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
Children cross a temporary bridge after school in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar
Children cross a temporary bridge after school in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A man fishes on sea wall in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed,...
Banda Aceh, Indonesia
A man fishes on sea wall in Banda Aceh
A man fishes on sea wall in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 14, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
Acehnese people sit near the ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012....
Calang, Indonesia
Acehnese people sit near the ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh
Acehnese people sit near the ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 14, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A man smoke a cigarette as he attends Monday market in Lamno village, in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. ...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A man smoke a cigarette as he attends Monday market in Lamno village, in Aceh Besar
A man smoke a cigarette as he attends Monday market in Lamno village, in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 15, 2012.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A couple watches the sun set on a beach a day after an earthquake hit Banda Aceh April 12, 2012. It was...
Calang, Indonesia
A couple watches the sun set on a beach a day after an earthquake hit Banda Aceh
A couple watches the sun set on a beach a day after an earthquake hit Banda Aceh April 12, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 12, 2012.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
Cows walk on a road near Lhoong village, in Aceh Besar April 17, 2012. It was not like December 2004....
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
Cows walk on a road near Lhoong village, in Aceh Besar
Cows walk on a road near Lhoong village, in Aceh Besar April 17, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
The ruins of a resort damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar April...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
The ruins of a resort damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar
The ruins of a resort damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A couple sit on the ruins of a building damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It...
Calang, Indonesia
A couple sit on the ruins of a building damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh
A couple sit on the ruins of a building damaged by the 2004 tsunami in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 14, 2012.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A baby sleep in a hammock inside a temporary house built after the 2004 Tsunami at Lok Kruet village,...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A baby sleep in a hammock inside a temporary house built after the 2004 Tsunami at Lok Kruet village,...
A baby sleep in a hammock inside a temporary house built after the 2004 Tsunami at Lok Kruet village, in Aceh Besar April 16, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 16, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
Acehnese men gather during Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
Acehnese men gather during Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar
Acehnese men gather during Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 15, 2012.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
Acehnese men smoke as they attend Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
Acehnese men smoke as they attend Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar
Acehnese men smoke as they attend Monday market in Lamno village, Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 15, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A calf lies on a road near Lok Kruet village in Aceh Besar April 17, 2012. It was not like December 2004....
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A calf lies on a road near Lok Kruet village in Aceh Besar
A calf lies on a road near Lok Kruet village in Aceh Besar April 17, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
A woman attends Monday market at Lamno village in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December...
ACEH BESAR, Indonesia
A woman attends Monday market at Lamno village in Aceh Besar
A woman attends Monday market at Lamno village in Aceh Besar April 15, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 15, 2012. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
INDONESIA
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April 17, 2012
The ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like...
Calang, Indonesia
The ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Banda Aceh
The ruins of a house damaged by the 2004 tsunami are seen in Banda Aceh April 14, 2012. It was not like December 2004. Sirens wailed, warnings blared and police moved millions of people away from coastlines around the Indian Ocean as Wednesday's 8.6 magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia sparked fears of another devastating tsunami. Damage was light - the quakes were horizontal rather than vertical - and the big waves never came, unlike eight years ago when walls of water roared across the same ocean and ploughed into seaside communities in 13 countries without warning. Picture taken on April 14, 2012.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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