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Personal possessions of 2004 tsunami victims are arranged to be photographed outside a police station in Takua Pa in Phang Nga province December 19, 2014. Ten years after the deadliest tsunami in recorded history, and years after it was handed over to them by teams who worked on the process of identification, police opened a container which was filled with documents and possessions of tsunami victims after being asked by Reuters for permission to film the contents of the container. Thailand prepares to mark the tenth anniversary of 2004 tsunami, the deadliest on the record, that killed at least 226,000 people in 13 Asian and African countries. In Thailand, over 5300 people were killed, including several thousand foreign tourists, when the waves swamped six coastal provinces, turning some of the world's most beautiful beaches into mass graves. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (THAILAND)
Personal possessions of 2004 tsunami victims are arranged to be photographed outside a police station in Takua Pa in Phang Nga province December 19, 2014. Ten years after the deadliest tsunami in recorded history, and years after it was handed over to them by teams who worked on the process of identification, police opened a container which was filled with documents and possessions of tsunami victims after being asked by Reuters for permission to film the contents of the container. Thailand...
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