The Tsunami and Africa, One Year Later Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the devastating tsunami that struck more than a dozen countries bordering the Indian Ocean. We look at how the African coast was affected, particularly Somalia.
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The Tsunami and Africa, One Year Later

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The Tsunami and Africa, One Year Later

The Tsunami and Africa, One Year Later

The Tsunami and Africa, One Year Later

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Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the devastating tsunami that struck more than a dozen countries bordering the Indian Ocean. We look at how the African coast was affected, particularly Somalia.

First, we hear from Africa correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault. Then, Farai Chideya talks with Siddharth Chatterjee, UNICEF senior program officer for Somalia.