"Scientists knew in advance that southern Asia was going to be hit by a tsunami, but attempts to raise the alarm were hampered by the absence of early-warning systems in the region. Within 15 minutes of Sunday’s earthquake, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii had sent an alert to 26 countries, including Thailand and Indonesia, but struggled to reach the right people. Television and radio alerts were not issued in Thailand until 9am local time - nearly an hour after the waves had hit."

É o costume. E continuo sem perceber porque é que ninguém quer ver que um avião, dez mísseis ou meio ano de salários pagos a bodes incompetentes de cu gordo sentados em cadeiras de couro, tudo isso faz dez vezes mais do que quaisquer vinte euros que possamos todos para lá enviar.

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