Sri Lankans Struggle to Bury Tsunami Victims Sri Lanka is one of the countries dealing with the aftermath of the weekend's devastating tsunami. As people bury the dead, funerals have taken place with little or no ceremony. More than 1,000 of those dead were found on a train that was washed off the track in the wave. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Roland Buerk of the BBC.
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Sri Lankans Struggle to Bury Tsunami Victims

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Sri Lankans Struggle to Bury Tsunami Victims

Sri Lankans Struggle to Bury Tsunami Victims

Sri Lankans Struggle to Bury Tsunami Victims

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Sri Lanka is one of the countries dealing with the aftermath of the weekend's devastating tsunami. As people bury the dead, funerals have taken place with little or no ceremony. More than 1,000 of those dead were found on a train that was washed off the track in the wave. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Roland Buerk of the BBC.