Thousands of people have been killed across southern Asia in massive sea surges triggered by the strongest quake in the world for 40 years.
The 8.9 magnitude quake struck under the sea near Aceh in north Indonesia, generating a wall of water that sped across thousands of kilometres of sea.
At least 2,000 died in Sri Lanka and more than 1,000 were killed in India.
Casualty figures are rising throughout the region including in Thai tourist resorts, packed with holidaymakers.
43 dead from tidal waves in Malaysia
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