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In the road between Muzaffarabad and Narak, a boy plays with a ball in a refugee camp set up by 'TKlay' (Turkish Half Moon), a Turkish relief organization, following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Kashmir, Pakistan. November 30, 2005.

Bus passengers crossing the ill-fated railway tracks at dusk, look on with anxiety, following the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Sri Lanka. January 4, 2005.

A woman prays at the Shrine of Our Lady of Matara Church, where many people were washed away while they were at congregation during the Indian Ocean tsunami, in 2004. Matara, Sri Lanka. January 10, 2005.

Except for a few walls that stand in isolation, buildings near the shore in Trincomalee had been totally destroyed by the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Sri Lanka. January 2, 2005.

People returning to their destroyed homes near the wreckage of the train near Hikkaduwa, try to salvage precious items. Photo albums were the most commonly collected items. Family members look at a wedding album. Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka. January 4, 2005.

A girl in a refugee camp in a Muslim area in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. January 3, 2005.

The Sri Lankan army played an active role in recovering bodies and getting the train bogeys on track, in the wreckage near Hikkaduwa, after the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka. January 6, 2005.

Ranjit was the storekeeper of the train “Queen of the Sea”, that was washed away by the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 near Hikkaduwa. He takes pride in the train’s 50-year-old engine, and was carefully cleaning up the tool box. Sri Lanka. January 5, 2

Some schools have been converted to refugee camps after the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Three women wait in a centre at Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. January 2, 2005.

People who had been displaced would often go back to the ruins of their home to rescue what little items of value they could find, following the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Sri Lanka. January 8, 2005.

B Jayasena Paraliya looks in the "lagoon of death" for bodies. Many bodies from the train near Hikkaduwa were washed into this lagoon during the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004. Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka. January 6, 2005.

Even as people recover from the disaster of the tsunami in 2004, they are quick to get on with their lives and farmers till the land near a school in Trincomalee that has been converted to a refugee camp. Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. January 2, 2005.