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Tsunami Disaster Relief: How America Can Prove It's Not 'Stingy'

Pacific News Service, Commentary, Robert S. Rivkin, Dec 29, 2004

President Bush bristled at the suggestion that the U.S. response to the horrendous Christmas tsunamis was 'stingy.' The writer suggests a way for the administration to improve America's standing in the world's eyes by proving that Americans care.

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Eco-Disaster, or God's Wrath? Indians React to Tsunami

Pacific News Service, News Feature, Sujoy Dhar and Sandip Roy, Dec 28, 2004

As Indians struggle to make sense of one of the first tsunamis to strike the nation in recorded history, themes of transgression and retribution are voiced by swamis and scientists alike.

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