Residents from Ban Auo Nam Mao return to their village after participating in an inter-faith ceremony with Thai Buddhists, Catholics and foreign tourists which commemorated the tsunami clean-up effort along Rai Ray Beach in Thailand's southern Krabi province. More than 5,300 people were killed in Thailand when the devastating tsunami struck the country's prime tourist hub along the Andaman coastline. Krabi was one of the worst-affected provinces. More than 1000 fishing boats were severely damaged by the giant waves, including 60 in the small Muslim village of Ban Auo Num Mao.

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