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Indonesian Province in Ruins from Quake, Tsunami

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Indonesian Province in Ruins from Quake, Tsunami

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Indonesian Province in Ruins from Quake, Tsunami

Indonesian Province in Ruins from Quake, Tsunami

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Indonesia's Aceh province was near the epicenter of Sunday's earthquake and tsunami, which wiped entire villages off the map. As many as 80,000 people were killed there — ports and roads were destroyed and many towns flattened. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Christian Science Monitor correspondent Tom McCawley.

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