Asian Tsunami: 10 years on

UPDATED ON DEC 17, 2014 12:27 PM IST
An Acehnese child who survived the 2004 tsunami eats a sweet at a military hospital in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh in January 2005. (Reuters)
Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group in Krueng Raya, northeast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia in January 2005. (Reuters)
Thai health officials bury tsunami victims at a burial site in Takuapa, near Phuket, in January 2005. (Reuters)
Indian women mourn the death of their families killed in the tsunami in Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)
An Indian woman mourns the death of her relative who was killed in the tsunami in Cuddalore, south of Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)
An Indian man cries as he holds the hand of his eight-year-old son who was killed in the tsunami in Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)
On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries. (Reuters)

An Acehnese child who survived the 2004 tsunami eats a sweet at a military hospital in the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh in January 2005. (Reuters)

Tsunami refugees receive supplies distributed by the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group in Krueng Raya, northeast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia in January 2005. (Reuters)

Thai health officials bury tsunami victims at a burial site in Takuapa, near Phuket, in January 2005. (Reuters)

Indian women mourn the death of their families killed in the tsunami in Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)

An Indian woman mourns the death of her relative who was killed in the tsunami in Cuddalore, south of Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)

An Indian man cries as he holds the hand of his eight-year-old son who was killed in the tsunami in Madras, in December 2004. (Reuters)

On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries. (Reuters)

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