The Boxing Day tsunami of 2004 was the worst natural disaster this century, killing 230,000 people and causing devastation in 13 countries. Thanks to our supporters, we helped rebuild shattered lives.
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Child soldiers, Central African Republic:
- The Guardian
- ABC Online
- Irish Independent
Selection of Christmas Jumper Day coverage:
- Daily Telegraph
- Cosmopolitian magazine
- Glamour magazine
- Manchester Evening News
- Plymouth Herald
- STV Edinburgh
- London Evening Standard