Por favor , alguien podria traducirme esto al ingles pero porfavor NO usar traductor El número, aún provisional, de víctimas debido a los tsunamis y las inundaciones subsiguientes fue de 288.000, aunque varios miles de personas siguen desaparecidas, y más de un millón sin hogar. Tanto gobiernos como organizaciones no gubernamentales temen que el número de víctimas se duplique debido a la posibilidad de epidemias de enfermedades relacionadas con la contaminación del agua, tales como el cólera y la disentería. Organizaciones de ayuda humanitaria han reportado que cerca de un cuarto por ciento de las víctimas fatales son niños. Esto es consecuencia de la alta proporción de menores en las poblaciones de las zonas afectadas, y también del hecho de que los niños pudieron oponer menos resistencia para evitar ser arrastrados por las aguas. [[Archivo:US_Navy_050102-N-9593M-040_A_village_near_the_coast_of_Sumatra_lays_in_ruin_after_the_Tsunami_that_struck_South_East_Asia.jpg|thumbnail|Pueblo en la costa de Sumatra en ruinas debido al tsunami| La cifra de muertos es particularmente alta por ser la primera vez en más de 100 años que un tsunami en el océano Índico ha afectado las costas, con lo cual los países afectados estaban poco preparados para ello e incluso sus pobladores no supieron reconocer las señales de advenimiento del maremoto. El último tsunami que tuvo lugar en la zona fue debido a la erupción del Krakatoa en 1883. Por lo general, los maremotos ocurren en las costas del "Anillo de Fuego" que dan al Pacífico, donde gobiernos y pobladores están mejor preparados y existen sistemas de alerta. El estado de emergencia ha sido declarado en Sri Lanka, Indonesia y las Islas Maldivas. Las Naciones Unidas han afirmado que el costo de la operación de ayuda humanitaria será el más alto de la historia. Los costes en vidas de los tsunamis y de las inundaciones resultantes son más de 150.000 en los recuentos actuales, además de los miles de desaparecidos y las cerca de un millón de personas que han perdido sus hogares. Las costas del océano Pacífico no han sido afectadas. Además del gran número de nativos, también se cuentan víctimas entre los turistas que pasaban allí las fiestas de la víspera de Navidad.

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2013-03-14T17:18:38+01:00

The number still provisional because of the tsunami victims and subsequent flooding was 288,000, but many thousands still missing, and more than a million homeless. Both governments and NGOs fear that the death toll will double because of the possibility of epidemics of diseases associated with contaminated water, such as cholera and dysentery. Relief organizations have reported that about one-quarter of those killed are children. This is due to the high proportion of children in the populations of the affected areas, and also the fact that the children could oppose less resistance to avoid being washed away. off the coast of Sumatra in ruins due to tsunami | The death toll is particularly high for being the first time in over 100 years that an Indian Ocean tsunami has hit the coast, which the countries concerned were unprepared for It even failed to recognize its inhabitants signals coming tsunami. The last tsunami that occurred in the area was due to the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883. Usually tsunamis occur on the coasts of the "Ring of Fire" that give the Pacific, where governments and residents are better prepared and alert systems exist. The state of emergency has been declared in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and the Maldives. The United Nations has said that the cost of the humanitarian operation will be the highest in history. The cost in lives of the tsunami and resulting floods are over 150,000 in the current counts, in addition to the thousands of missing and nearly a million people who have lost their homes. The Pacific coast have not been affected. Besides the large number of natives, victims are also counted among the tourists who spent the holidays there Christmas Eve.

2013-03-14T20:43:03+01:00

The number still provisional because of the tsunami victims and subsequent flooding was 288,000, but many thousands still missing, and more than a million homeless. Both governments and NGOs fear that the death toll will double because of the possibility of epidemics of diseases associated with contaminated water, such as cholera and dysentery. Relief organizations have reported that about one-quarter of those killed are children. This is due to the high proportion of children in the populations of the affected areas, and also the fact that the children could oppose less resistance to avoid being washed away. off the coast of Sumatra in ruins due to tsunami | The death toll is particularly high for being the first time in over 100 years that an Indian Ocean tsunami has hit the coast, which the countries concerned were unprepared for It even failed to recognize its inhabitants signals coming tsunami. The last tsunami that occurred in the area was due to the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883. Usually tsunamis occur on the coasts of the "Ring of Fire" that give the Pacific, where governments and residents are better prepared and alert systems exist. The state of emergency has been declared in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and the Maldives. The United Nations has said that the cost of the humanitarian operation will be the highest in history. The cost in lives of the tsunami and resulting floods are over 150,000 in the current counts, in addition to the thousands of missing and nearly a million people who have lost their homes. The Pacific coast have not been affected. Besides the large number of natives, victims are also counted among the tourists who spent the holidays there Christmas Eve.