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What the papers say - THE TIMES

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Millions of pounds of British aid destined for tsunami-struck Sri Lanka remains impounded in the capital's port, eight months after the disaster struck. The authorities have yet to release 167 aid containers suspected of containing smuggled drugs and ammunition.

Monsoon fl oods have submerged the northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai in muddy water killing 10.

The government has blamed illegal logging for the floods.

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