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Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (1st R) visiting tsunami disaster area in Sri Lanka on April 9, 2005. China had donated 166 million yuan (US$20 million) to Sri Lanka by March. On April 8, Wen announced a further donation of US$8.7 million from China's Ministry of Civil Affairs and Red Cross Society of China.
Thai Gypsies Finally Back at Sea
On a group of islands off Thailand's Andaman coast, a tribe of nomadic fishermen is only just returning to the sea more than four months after their ancient beliefs saved many of them from the tsunami.
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Sri Lanka's Leftists Vow to Prevent Deal with Tigers
The main partner in Sri Lanka's ruling coalition vowed in Colombo Tuesday to take to streets in order to prevent the government from entering into a deal with the Tamil Tigers to coordinate tsunami relief effort.
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Area Updates  
· Canned Fish Given to Sri Lankan Tsunami Survivors
· Indonesia to Withdraw Troops from Aceh
· Landmark Deal Struck with Rebels
· Sri Lanka Receives More Tourists
· Sumatra Quake Shook Earth's Total Surface
· 10,000 Thrown into Plight as Tourism Dwindles in Thailand
· Thai Gypsies Finally Back at Sea
· Sri Lanka's Leftists Vow to Prevent Deal with Tigers
· Earthquake Death Toll in Nias Rises to 839
· Tsunami Reporter Awarded
· Tremors Reported in Singapore After Powerful Quake in Indonesia
Aid from China  
· China Donates School Building to Aceh, Indonesia
· China Donates 1.2 Bln Yuan to India Ocean Tsunami-hit Countries
· Beijing to Host Asian Conference on Disaster Reduction
· Agreements Signed with Indonesia
· Beijing Families Help Heal Tsunami Orphans
· China Helps Indonesia Restore Tourism Market
· China Lab Helps DNA Identification of Tsunami Victims
· China Offers Disaster Relief Assistance to Indonesia
· Wen Reaches Out to Tsunami-hit Fishermen
· China Shows Great Concern over Earthquake-hit Indonesia
· Premier Wen to Visit Tsunami-hit Areas During Sri Lanka Tour
Impact at Home  
· Two More HK Residents Confirmed Dead in 2004 Tsunami
· Death Toll of HK Residents in Tsunami Grows to 15
· Death Toll of HK Tsunami Victims Rises to 12
· Death Toll of Hong Kong Tsunami Victims May Rise to 11
· Death Toll of HK Tsunami Victims May Rise to 10
· Dozens of Chinese Still Missing in SE Asia
· Mother's Pain Tinged with Hope
· 42 Chinese Citizens Reported Missing in Asia Tsunami
· Tsunami Death Toll of HK Residents Stands at Eight
· FM: Nine Chinese Die in Tsunamis in Thailand
International Aid  
· Soccer: FIFA to Help Tsunami-stricken Area
· Portuguese Team Receives Child Survivor of Tsunami
· Red Cross Unveils Five-year Tsunami Aid Plan
· ICRC Grants US$600Mln for Aceh, Nias
· Sri Lankan Gov't, Rebels Close to Joint Mechanism
· Joint Tsunami Mechanism May Be Further Delayed
· Aid Deal Still Way Off for Sri Lanka
· Meeting for Tsunami Warning System to Be Held
· Turkey Provides US$700,000 for Sri Lanka
· WFP Supplies Emergency Food to Quake-hit Nias
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Chinese Embassies in Tsunami-stricken Countries
- Chinese Embassy in Bangladesh
- Chinese Embassy in India
- Chinese Embassy in Indonesia
- Chinese Embassy in Malaysia
- Chinese Embassy in Maldives
- Chinese Embassy in Myanmar
- Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka
- Chinese Embassy in Maldives
Relief Organizations
- Red Cross Society of China
- China Charity Federation
Death Toll
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