Memorial services held across Asia on 15th tsunami anniversary

About 230,000 people were killed when massive waves from the Indian Ocean swept into 12 countries.

    Memorial services are being held across Asia to mark the fifteenth anniversary of the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami.

    About 230,000 people were killed when massive waves swept into 12 countries.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.


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