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TSUNAMI ACEH
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June 17, 2005 
Acehnese man Mizuar stands in front of his partially rebuilt shop where he sells grave stones in the... 
Meulaboh, Indonesia 
Acehnese man stands in front of his partially rebuilt shop in tsunami-hit city of Meulaboh. 
Acehnese man Mizuar stands in front of his partially rebuilt shop where he sells grave stones in the tsunami-hit city of Meulaboh June 17, 2005. Mizuar said he was so desperate to get his business back on its feet again that he painted the sign above his shop, pleading with foreign aid agencies for help. None have done so yet. Many Acehnese are trying to get their destroyed or damaged businesses up and running following the giant Dec. 26 tsunami, but many need loans or microcredit to get started. Meulaboh, one of the worst affected areas, lies 250 km (160 miles) south of the local capital Banda Aceh. Picture taken June 17, 2005 REUTERS/Beawiharta 
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