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The boss of international charity Architecture for Humanity has reported that 'very little has been done' in the effort to rebuild the communities ravaged by the Boxing Day tsunami. Founder Cameron Sinclair, a New York-based British architect, has just returned from a trip to south-east Asia to assess the work carried out to date. Last Sunday (26 June) marked six months since the mammoth tsunami struck.

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