Some Normalcy Emerges in Tsunami-Devastated Indonesia

An aerial view shows the devastated coastal region near Aceh, Sumatra, in Indonesia Jan. 4

hide captionAn aerial view shows the devastated coastal region near Aceh, Sumatra, in Indonesia in the wake of the tsunami, Jan. 4.

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In Banda Aceh, capital of the Indonesian province hit hardest by the tsunami, there are signs the town is slowly returning to normal. Survivors can buy fish for the first time since the waves struck; hundreds of vendors are selling food in the local market. NPR's Adam Davidson reports.

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