Acehnese workers build a house in the Indonesian city of Lhok Nga.
Acehnese workers build a house in the Indonesian city of Lhok Nga June 26, 2005. Frustrated, living in tents and jobless, survivors of last December's tsunami that killed up to 232,000 people around the Indian Ocean are struggling to rebuild six months after one of history's worst natural calamities. Tsunami victims who have been left homeless by the December 26, 2004 killer waves will get semi-permanent or permanent houses in two years, the United Nations said on Saturday. REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva BEA/NL