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Associated PressTELWATTA, Sri Lanka -- The train known as the Queen of the Sea chugged slowly up the sandy, palm-fringed coast of eastern Sri Lanka, carrying hundreds of residents from the capital to visit relatives or enjoy a day at the sunny resorts near the town of...
Tribune foreign correspondentThe fisherman has helped find 1,500 bodies where he once lived, near the train cars thrown from the tracks and the remainders of people's lives, from brick walls to business cards. A. Dharmadasa, 63, has worked since Sunday, looking for the dead. They...
Tags: Air and Space Accidents, Death, Buddhism, Tsunamis, Armed Forces
Sun Foreign StaffHAMBANTOTA, Sri Lanka - For hours that first day, the Rev. Indika Anthony loaded up his pickup truck with dead bodies. Some were piled like cargo in the back. But, much worse for the priest, others were seated like passengers in the front, stuffed even...
Tags: Renovation, Elections, Buddhism, Tsunamis, Fishing
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