Fox News Channel with Xeni Jardin on blog coverage of the disaster
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Via: Boing Boing: NYT, Fox News, others on blogs and tsunami disaster
"According to Metro TV the amateur video footage was shot in Sumatra's provincial capital Banda Aceh shortly after the tsunami hit. It shows houses submerged in mud and sea water."More information: KATC
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Amazon.com has a donations page for Red Cross. They have already collected $6.8 million as of this writing. Costs are expected to run in the 100's of billions of dollars.
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