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People of faith, riven by anguish

Indonesians grieve tsunami victims on Muslim holiday

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / January 22, 2005

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SIRON, Indonesia -- The cleared brown earth in this village near Banda Aceh was wet and strewn with torn-up trees and wilted brush, like many landscapes in the ravaged region. But the smell from the land, and the presence of red, yellow, and green body bags stacked to one side, marked this place for what it was: the largest mass ... (Full article: 872 words)

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