Indian Ocean Tsunami 2004-05
December 26, 2006 The Asian tsunami of 2004 killed more than 170,000 people in the Indonesian province of Aceh alone, washing away tens of thousands of homes, schools and businesses. Two years later, reconstruction is under way, but serious challenges in housing and infrastructure remain.
December 22, 2005 The tsunami cost tens of thousands of people in Thailand their jobs and their homes. Some 8,000 people died. A special multimedia presentation explores life in Phuket, one year later.
December 22, 2005 The Asian tsunami that struck one year ago left nearly 170,000 people dead or missing in the Indonesian province of Aceh alone. Hundreds of thousands more lost their homes and the rebuilding process has not been as swift as they had hoped.
December 19, 2005 Peuken Bada lost nearly half its population in last year's tsunami. Now, nearly a year after a wall of water swept most of the Indonesian town away, homes are being built and a new school is open. But residents are still struggling with the trauma of the disaster and the slow pace of reconstruction.