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    April 06, 2005

    Lee Kuan Yew on the global response to the December 26 tsunami

    Former Singapore Prime Minister, and perennial leader and go-to person for the government, talks about how the world responded and helped Indonesia, whose Banda Aceh province was closest to the epicentre of the tsunami which hit countries in the Indian Ocean last year.

    Questions were asked about how countries like China responded as well as the amount of money doled out by the US and UK compared to what they were spending in Iraq.

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