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SRI LANKA
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January 03, 2005 
Sri Lankan airport workers looks on as U.S. military cargo plane arrive at the Katunayeka International... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
Sri Lankan airport workers looks on as U.S. military cargo plane arrive in Colombo Sri Lanka. 
Sri Lankan airport workers looks on as U.S. military cargo plane arrive at the Katunayeka International airport in Colombo, Sri Lanka, January 3, 2005. Aid for hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankans made homeless by the Indian Ocean tsunamis poured in on Monday, but officials said in some cases it was the wrong aid and distribution had to be improved.Torrential rain has forced several thousand people to swap one makeshift camp for another and local aid workers struggle to gauge numbers or assess people's needs, eight days after giant waves killed over 30,000 people and made nearly a million homeless. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/ABP 
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