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THE CATHOLIC Church in Indonesia has been asked to provide aid and volunteers to work in the areas most devastated by the tsunami.

“People in Aceh have asked us to send more body bags because many of the bodies have not been evacuated yet,” said Fr Ignatius Ismartono, chairman of the Indonesian bishops’ crisis centre.

In Indonesia, all but a few hundred of the country’s 94,000 casualties were in Aceh on the northern end of Sumatra Island.

Moments after the disaster struck, concerned Indone




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