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MORE THAN 200 ITALIANS STILL MISSING

Meanwhile Toronto holds benefits to aid victims of the deadly The powerful tsunamis that swept through coastal communities from Thailand to East Africa on December 26, 2004 have, at press time, killed more than 160,000 people. Countries around the world are still trying to determine how many of their own citizens have perished in the catastrophe. Italy has lost 20 of its citizens, while 268 are still reported missing; 246 of them were in Thailand, the rest in Sri Lanka. The reassessment was given in a joint communiqué issued by Italy's ministers of Foreign Affairs and of the Interior. The press release added that searches and cross-checks continue in all the countries hit by the quake and tsunami. Meanwhile ground and mobile telephone companies, the daily newspaper Corriere della Sera, the national broadcasting conglomerate RAI, and Mediaset have raised €42 million that will go to the South-East Asia countries hit by the tsunami. The figure was disclosed by Emma Bonino after the first meeting of the commission that will supervise the use of the funds, which will be handled by Italy's Civil Defence. The commission reassembled on Thursday in order to examine the drafts of the projects prepared by the Civil Defence. Bonino declared that Italy will concentrate its tsunami aid on Sri Lanka. The assistance will be zeroed in on two specific areas where Italians have already set up their operation centres: Hunawatuna and Trincomalee. Although more detailed plans will be drawn in the coming days, an outline has already been established: healthcare, education, and economy. "Our ambitious objective," said Bonino, appointed as spokesperson for the commission, "is to enact interventions that can work as development multipliers."





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