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Russia's Emergencies Ministry aircraft have delivered a total of more than 155,000 tons of humanitarian aid to tsunami-hit South East Asian countries
Russia's Emergencies Ministry aircraft have delivered a total of more than 155,000 tons of humanitarian aid to tsunami-hit South East Asian countries, the ministry reported. "The danger of fresh tremors and tsunamis persists. The world community is continuing to render the victim countries humanitarian assistance. Aircraft of Russia's Emergencies Ministry have delivered 155.56 tons of humanitarian aid for the population of the hit countries of South East Asia," said a source of the agency. As many as 102 tourists were evacuated from the zone of disaster to Moscow. According to the agency's source, specialists of Russia's Emergencies Ministry, who are on the scene of the tragedy, found a site for deploying an aeromobile hospital in the area of the village of Tangola, 250 kilometers south of Colombo (Sri Lanka).
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