January 2005 Almost 200 Britons, counting about 25 children, may have been slaughtered as a result of the Indian Sea disaster, Remote Secretary Jack Straw has at long last admitted He said that 40 individuals have been affirmed as dead what’s more, a

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January 2005
Almost 200 Britons, counting about 25 children, may have been slaughtered as a result of the Indian Sea disaster, Remote Secretary Jack Straw has at long last admitted
He said that 40 individuals have been affirmed as dead what’s more, a further 159 product “highly likely” to be casualties of the Boxing Day tremor what’s more, tsunami
Most of the individuals unaccounted are in Thailand with 100 Britons missing There are 20 dreaded dead in Sri Lanka what’s more, 10 in the Maldives, the Remote Office revealed
The add up to included “roughly equal” numbers of men what’s more, women, with about 10 per penny being children, a representative said
The representative said it was troublesome to give correct numbers for the missing in other nations as these were “approximate figures what’s more, the numbers were as well small”
The declaration taken after developing open outrage over the Government’s refusal to yield the true scale of the casualties Relatives of the missing had reprimanded the Remote Office for rejecting some time recently to uncover the number of individuals unaccounted for
Earlier, the passings of 29 individuals in Thailand, eight in Sri Lanka what’s more, three in the Maldives were confirmed
Bereaved
Yesterday, Mr Straw said UK police were attempting to follow those missing or, on the other hand dreaded dead, what’s more, are working with their relatives
Mr Straw affirmed the current passing toll of 40 what’s more, added: “The last number will be higher than that ”
He said Scotland Yard has provided 113 family contact officers to help the bereaved
A add up to of 43 English police officers, drawn from over the UK, are moreover conveying out work to recognize bodies in the influenced countries
The most recent Remote Office figures will put the likely number of English passings at more than treble the 67 Britons slaughtered in the September 11 attacks
A three-minute hush for the casualties of the Asian wave will be held tomorrow all through Britain

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