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Tsunamis

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  • The God Squad: God may be great — but is he good?

    Q: God, we're told, is a loving God. He's not at fault for wars. Wars are created by man, but how does a loving God allow children to be deformed? Why are there hundreds of diseases and so much suffering from these diseases? — B., Levittown, NY
  • Recent 'Swarm' Of Earthquakes Not Entirely Uncommon In New England

    Recent 'Swarm' Of Earthquakes Not Entirely Uncommon In New England
    PLAINFIELD — For residents of Connecticut, earthquakes are generally not a high priority concern. They fall into the category of "Things That Happen Elsewhere," along with tornadoes and tsunamis. But a series of small-magnitude earthquakes that...

    Remain in office despite distractions

    Attorney General Kathleen Kane should remain in office while the case proceeds. As in so many cases of accusations against public officials, the reporting of the events will probably develop a life of its own as witnessed by Bill White's delightful...

    Indonesia's tsunami recovery loses momentum as aid money runs out

    Indonesia's tsunami recovery loses momentum as aid money runs out
    Where 100-foot waves flattened communities into piles of tinder wood now stand row upon row of cookie-cutter houses. In place of still-submerged broken roadway are miles of freshly paved roads hugging the newly defined coastline and winding through...

    10 years after tsunami, Indonesian family reborn

    It all started with a dream that led to a chance meeting: A girl who had been swept away by the Indian Ocean tsunami a decade ago. For three nights, the child's uncle said she visited him in his sleep. When he told the girl's mother, Jamaliah, it was...