Tsunami survivors await aid

Residents of Mentawai Islands in Indonesia complain relief has not reached them even after a week.

    Almost a week after a tsunami triggered by an earthquake devastated the western Mentawai Islands in Indonesia, many survivors have complained that aid has not yet reached them. 

    Wayne Hay reports from a destroyed village in the Mentawi Islands, where many are struggling amid long delays of aid distribution.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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