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Tsunami survivors relocated
Thousands of Maldivians forced to relocate after the devastating 2004 Asia tsunami.
Last Modified: 24 Dec 2009 13:15 GMT

For thousands of Maldivians who survived the devastating tsunami in 2004, coping with its aftermath meant relocating to a new island to avoid the risk of another disaster.
 
As part of our series five years on from the tsunami, Chan Tau Chou reports from the island of Dhuvaafaru.

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Al Jazeera
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