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10 Years After Tsunami, Fishermen Still Feel Slighted

When the massive Indian Ocean tsunami hit Thailand’s coast 10 years ago, the world saw images of huge waves hitting scenic beachside resorts. But in more rural areas, the disaster also killed scores of undocumented migrant workers from Myanmar. It’s been a decade since the tsunami tore apart the Thai fishing village of Ban Nam Khem. But symbols of the fateful day remain.   Despite the government’s rush to aid in tourist areas, relief was slow for the hardest-hit villages, comprised...

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