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  1. Remembering Tsunami 2004: Diary of a disaster psychiatristRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    Words of advice: : Dr Andrew Mohanraj counselling a victim of the tsunami in Banda Aceh in 2005. - Photos: Dr Andrew Mohanraj When I arrived in Aceh, health workers were placed in temporary housing with great challenges that we in Malaysia are not used to.


  2. Remembering Tsunami 2004: The future's not safeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    A Dec 27, 2004, photo of a Kampung Kepala Jalan villager collecting what he can before being evacuated from the area. It might be a decade since the tsunami brought devastation and death to the little village of Kampung Kepala Jalan in Kedah, but the memories are still raw.


  3. Remembering Tsunami 2004: - I wanted to know'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    Searing scene: An aerial photograph taken on Jan 6, 2005, showing the scope of destruction at Banda Aceh after the Dec 26 tsunami. - CHUA KOK HWA/The Star The Star 's WONG CHUN WAI was among the first foreign newsmen to arrive in tsunami-ravaged Aceh. 1 comment

  4. Disaster that led to a sea of growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    GEORGE TOWN: At 700m from shore, the killer tsunami in 2004 was no more than a fast-moving, white capped wave for Kampung Pulau Betong fisherman Ahmad Din. But he found himself with a front row seat to the horror on land when the tsunami hit the Balik Pulau side of Penang.


  5. Ten years on: Oxfam digests lessons from 2004 Indian Ocean tsunamiRead the original story

    Yesterday | GantDaily.com

    Almost ten years ago to the day, the world watched aghast as scenes of carnage unfolded across the countries of the Indian Ocean. The 2004 tsunami was one of the most devastating natural disasters in living memory and the donor response - a huge outpouring of governmental and private support - a heartening riposte to what was a hugely traumatizing event. 1 comment

  6. I Left My Phone At Home For A Week And It Changed My F-ing LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | MTV

    I love my phone. How much do I love my phone? If I were to drop my firstborn son into a toilet, I'd wave him goodbye - but if my phone dropped, I'd dive in like Michael Phelps.


  7. Ted Cruz: Obama Is Unilateral President - Exhibiting Anger &...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Gateway Pundit

    Senator Ted Cruz responsed to Barack Obama's unilateral move to appease the Castro brothers today. Obama Cruz joined Neil Cavuto on Your World.


  8. On Native GroundPUNISHING the Poor for Being Poor is not a Bold New IdeaRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2014 | American Reporter

    It's hard to believe that Paul Ryan, the chairman of the Budget Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, can serve up chicken crap and tell people its a new kind of chicken salad, but the Republican Congressman from Wisconsin keeps getting away with it. His latest platter of chicken crap was served up at the American Enterprise Institute last week, where he called for a sweeping restructuring of social services.


  9. PassingsGARY Carter, 57, is in the True Hall of FameRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2012 | American Reporter

    ... Regulatory Commission (NRC) approved a 20-year license extension last March, the day before an earthquake and tsunami devastated the Fukushima Daichi nuclear complex in Japan. Our reactor shares the same design as Fukushima reactors that suffered ...


  10. Ar EssayREFORMING the Catholic ChurchRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2010 | American Reporter

    ... and Sidney, I heard similar fears. In fact, for most of my waking hours since last Friday's 9.0 earthquake, monster tsunami wave, and nuclear power plant compromises and explosions, I have pulled all of my old investigative reporter instincts ...


  11. Forecast: Weak cool front moving into SWFLRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NBC2 News

    ... behind TV reporters covering... The world is better prepared to face past calamities like the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami but it's not ready for the extreme weather of the future, the U.N.'s top natural disaster official said Tuesday. The world is ...


  12. Park usage numbers increase...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Samoa News

    ... in the number of park usage comes problems that Gaoteote says need to be addressed. He said wave action from the tsunami and earthquake have affected the shoreline of all territorial parks and the lack of shoreline protection is resulting in ...


  13. St. Paul's GovDelivery expands with software developer acquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | TwinCities

    New York-based NuCivic's expertise with the Drupal website platform, which is used by roughly 100 of GovDelivery's clients, made the companies a good fit, GovDelivery CEO Scott Burns said Wednesday. "What we like about them is that they're interested in helping governments use Drupal more strategically," Burns said.


  14. Market MoverFOR These Times, 'Threepenny Opera' is TimelyRead the original story

    Wednesday | American Reporter

    ... sends money for relief efforts; we contribute to fund raising efforts to send materials for tent cities to tsunami victims and hundreds of trailer homes to displaced New Orleanians. Our hearts are big and they go out to all the victims. But to us, ...


  15. Is the era of Cuba on the cheap ending?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CJAD

    But some travel experts think the annual cheap Cuban vacation is in trouble thanks to a new thaw between Washington and Havana. "There will be a bit of a window now where the prices are still the remarkably good value that they are and there are very few Americans there, so if you want to go to Cuba before the tidal wave breaks upon it, go now."


  16. Decades of complications and cleanup remain at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Stars and Stripes

    ... to help decontaminate buildings at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. The power station was damaged in the tsunami that followed the March 11, 2011 earthquake in northern Japan. Clean-up efforts to the power station are continuing still ...


  17. Diane Inc's Larry David T-Shirt: Avoid awkward conversations with the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cool Hunting

    'Tis the season for holiday parties and spending time with work colleagues, immediate family, in-laws, second cousin's children, etc. The tidal wave of small talk can become too much for introverts and quiet types, so if you want to send a message without actually saying anything, simply don this " Larry David's Smile " T-shirt by Melbourne-based Diane Inc for the next mandatory festive event.


  18. Absurd on a Grand Scale: The Lunatic Splendor of Murakami Takes Over Gagosian GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The New York Observer

    Takashi Murakami, Isle of the Dead , 2014. Um and Embodiment of A currently on view at Gagosian Gallery on 24th Street are a raucous sight to behold.


  19. Voyager: Shock Waves in Deep SpaceRead the original story

    Wednesday | Centauri Dreams

    What exactly is the shock wave that Voyager 1 encountered earlier this year, a wave that is still propagating outward, according to new data from the craft? Researchers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory refer to it as a 'tsunami wave,' a simile that reminds us of the devastating effects of roiled water as it encounters land following an earthquake or an impact in the ocean. But in this case the cause is a coronal mass ejection , in which the Sun heaves out a magnetic cloud of plasma from its surface, generating a pressure wave.


  20. Why Ford Motor Company Will Continue to Shine in the World's Largest Automotive MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Motley Fool

    You know the saying "A rising tide lifts all boats"? To use that saying for the growth of new-vehicle sales in China would be doing it a disservice; the tide in this case more closely resembles a tidal wave. Consider that just last year China became the first country to sell more than 20 million automotive units for the full year, far ahead of the world's second-largest market, the U.S., which sold 15.6 million units in 2013.