23comments Share Tweet Share Pin it Share Stumble Email HomeNational/InternationalIndian Ocean tsunami: Aceh 10 years on Indian Ocean tsunami: Aceh 10 years on National/International By admin Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews Andrew Harding returns to Aceh 10 years after the devastating tsunami struck. Subscribe to BBC News … source Recommended For You Potsdam police find explosives near Christmas market – BBC News admin admin Write For Us Related Posts What if UK PM refused to allow another Scottish referendum? BBC News admin Ministry Of External Affairs Media Briefing On Pak Cover-up & Nirav Modi Extradition admin 23 Comments bedroom bully All those kids😥😥😥😥😥 Reply January 15, 2020 bedroom bully 200hundred thousand plus died that day! I can’t stop thinking about you all, tragic is not the correct word for this disaster there should have been some warning system in place smh y’all make enough tourists dollars to afford a warning system smh Reply January 15, 2020 Fc king Sg THERE GOES MY BUBBLE GAM… WAHAHAHAHA Reply January 15, 2020 Jardine Z The footage of the tsunami is absolutely heart wrenching Reply January 15, 2020 firstchoice socialcare Watching this in 2020 Reply January 15, 2020 kris kros 15 years ago wow Reply January 15, 2020 Mr. Greenjeans Shari'a law? I'll skip this place. Reply January 15, 2020 IcyLuke YT Punishment for T-Series Reply January 15, 2020 jameswwindsor ACEH IS AN UGLY HATE FILLE TALIBAN DUMP. Reply January 15, 2020 Pat Whit Thank you for this video. I've been wondering how the recovery was going. I'm so sorry for all the loss. I hope it never happens again. Reply January 15, 2020 Joisanne Castaneda How many die in this tragedy Reply January 15, 2020 Doly savita Doly sen This is true Reply January 15, 2020 Ryan Ehlis Islam is a death cult Reply January 15, 2020 Akhmad Ghozi "the economy is better now then it was before the tsunami" Edward Elric: Humankind cannot gain anything without first giving something in return. To obtain, something of equal value must be lost. That is alchemy's first law of Equivalent Exchange. In those days, we really believed that to be the world's one, and only truth. Reply January 15, 2020 Hayden Trudeau Maybe some other parts of the world should take notice how Mother Nature can lash back when war is concerned how violence, hatred and racism can have punishment in store from God Reply January 15, 2020 jp I was once quite religious. I was confirmed in the Christian faith at 16. I am now 70 and coming to the end of my time. I have seen and learned one fact. There has been more murders, killings, slaughter and pain in the name of religion than all the natural disasters and maybe war to. There is no God. All we have is each other. Apart from that the bible says animals don't have a soul and go to heaven. What a boring bloody place. No dogs, birds, horses, cows, milk, butter, meat, English Breakfast's – that's it, I'm NOT going. I'd rather haunt a McDonald's. Reply January 15, 2020 quaqmireful My sympathy goes out to all who perished in the tsunami ten years ago. However, it could be a blessing in disguise to the people of Acheh. There used to be civil unrest, due to the fighting between GAM [Gerakan Acheh Merdeka, loosely translated to Acheh Freedom Movement] and the Indonesian government. After the tsunami struck, it died down completely. Reply January 15, 2020 StinkyBeava I will never donate money to the Islamic State of Aceh again ! Hope you are Cursed with another tsunami to cull your Islamic Filth who continue to persecute minorities Reply January 15, 2020 Cosine Wave Punishment from God? That thinking… It's just eww. Reply January 15, 2020 minjun yang Great News. It makes one feel good to know this, know this was not forgotten, and we still care. Reply January 15, 2020 fiveohfivethree I remember sobbing like a baby when I watched this on the BBC 10 years ago. Sitting there helpless, watching the death toll climb higher and higher and not being able to do anything was utterly heart breaking. Some equally awful events have happened before and since but for some reason this one really got to me and I still don't know why. I am glad they are thriving now even if I don't agree with their politics or religion. If it works for them and no one is being hurt then I am happy they have made something good out of a horrific situation. Reply January 15, 2020 EchoMe OrNot why dont we do this in NY from the hurricane? There are tons of people in NY without homes still Reply January 15, 2020 RIXRADvidz Sharia Law keeps most foreign investment away. because they don't want to deal with the problems it brings back home. Commerce must operate above theological restraints, so Aceh loses out. Reply January 15, 2020 Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.