Banda Aceh

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Banda Aceh

(ˈbændə ˈaːtʃeɪ)
n
(Placename) a city in N Indonesia, in N Sumatra; the capital of Aceh region; suffered badly in the Indian Ocean tsunami of December 2004. Pop: 154 767 (2000)
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The tsunami, which killed 230,000, was sparked by a 9.1-magnitude quake off the coast of Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
One was from 2004, the day after Christmas; on a TV screen, I saw the battered coastline of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, leveled by a tsunami after a 9.0-magnitude earthquake in the Indian Ocean.
QATAR Charity (QC) has laid the foundation stone for building 15 homes for poor families in the Kuala village of Banda Aceh, Indonesia. These residential apartments fall within the framework of 30 houses, which will be under implementation during the current year, as part of the efforts made by the charity in the areas of shelter and social housing.
The Lion Air flight that landed with 144 passengers, was arriving from Banda Aceh, Indonesia, while the Wings Air plane was about to take off from Medan for Meulaboh, Indonesia, when the accident occurred.
Sulaiman bin Abdullah Aba Al-Khail has patronized a graduation ceremony for students of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Institute for Islamic and Arabic Studies in Banda Aceh, Indonesia for the years 1436-1437- 1438 AH in the presence of Saudi Ambassador to Indonesia Osama bin Mohammed Al-Shuaibi, Addressing the ceremony, Dr.
He worked in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, after the devastating 2014 tsunami.
Presentation at an interagency meeting in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
Hundreds of people gathered to watch as 22-year-old Rukiah Abdullah and 27-year-old Murni Amris received two and three lashes respectively at a mosque in the city of Jantho, southeast of the provincial capital, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.
In recent years the O'Briens directed Compassion Frisco, an effort to assist survivors of the tsunami in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. O'Brien is coauthor, with her husband and Paul McKaughan, of Choosing a Future for U.S.
Ray, who lives in Heaton, Newcastle, helped with the relief effort in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, after the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004 and has travelled around the world with the Salvation Army.
Banda Aceh, Indonesia, was the scene of 80,000 of the 300,000 deaths from the tsunami on December 26, 2004.' CONCERN...
Above Children of the village of Lamlumpu in Banda Aceh, Indonesia in a makeshift Unicef school, and LEFT: Unicef workers sink a borehole for a well in Lambada Lhok in Indonesia that will give 2,000 people fresh water HIGH NOTE The Huddersfield Town Hall concert that raised pounds 20,000 for the tsunami appeal