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Saturday, January 01, 2005
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan will visit tsunami stricken Indonesia next week, as the world increased aid pledges to $2 billion for tsunami-hit areas in South Asia, U.N. officials said Saturday.

"But he said "the biggest constraints are logistical" in getting aid to victims who survived the Tsunami, which he estimated killed at least 150,000 people. More than half the dead were in Sumatra.

Helicopters, air traffic control units, boats and landing draft as well as cargo planes and several hundreds trucks were urgently needed.

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