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December 26, 2004

Mass killing in the anniversary of mass killing - Update

After the devastating earth quake in the ancient city of Bam in Iran which killed about 30,000 sleeping people just a day after Christmas last year, looks like god/nature is once again busy killing thousands of people, right in the anniversary of the previous year's devastation, this time in south Asia.
The death toll in South and Southeast Asia from an earthquake off Indonesia is nearing 24,000. And Indonesia's vice-president said early Tuesday the number of dead in his country alone may eventually top 25,000.
Sri Lanka has reported 12,000 deaths. India is estimated to have lost more than 7,000 people and those figures are expected to rise. Deaths have been reported in the Maldives, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Somalia, Mynmar and Thailand.


The death toll resulted from the recent devastation in South Asia is rapidly rising, but there are also hundreds of thousands of people who are in desperate need of assistance. Canadian Red Cross is accepting donations for these victims. You can either donate online, or call 1-800-418-1111, 24 hours a day. Wherever in the world you are, you can help by contacting either Red Cross or other relief agencies who will be involved in this common effort of helping those in desperate need of help. Please be generous and donate. Every bit counts.

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