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Asia / Tsunami Disaster / Indonesia / Thailand #776320

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 09, 2005
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(Sri Lanka: John Seigenthaler) Reports of another earthquake near Banda Aceh, Indonesia, noted.

(Banda Aceh, Indonesia: Martin Fletcher) An eyewitness account of the impact of the earthquake & tsunami on Banda Aceh on December 26 presented; scenes shown from Eksklusif Metro TV of the wreckage, the water running through the streets carrying trees, debris & vehicles while people watched from the mosque, which escaped damage.

(Sri Lanka: John Seigenthaler) The expectation that Secretary of State Colin Powell will recommend long-term aid to all the countries hit by the tsunami noted.

(Banda Aceh, Indonesia: Kevin Sites) The children's ward in the hospital in Banda Aceh visited; scenes shown of the children being tended.

(Sri Lanka: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Phuket, Thailand: Charles Sabine) The impact of the tsunami on Thailand's lucrative tourist trade examined; scenes shown from Phuket, the largest resort island. [Kayaker John GRAY - says we have no business for next week; states it is an issue of perception that could lead to economic disaster.] [Phuket Marriott Hotel Craig SMITH†- explains how beautiful the beach is.] [TOURIST, restaurant OWNER - comment.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Fletcher, Martin;
Sites, Kevin;
Sabine, Charles

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