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Thousands more bodies have been found in Indonesia, dramatically increasing the death toll from Asia's devastating tsunamis to around 44,000.
We'll get an update on the relief efforts from FOX News' Adam Housley, in Phuket (search), Thailand.
Time magazine's Asia bureau chief, Michael Elliott, who was vacationing in Phuket when the tsunami struck, gives us a first hand account of the disaster.
Dipak Jain, dean of Northwestern University's Business School, survived the killer waves on Thailand's resort island of Phuket and shares his horrific ordeal.
Plus, FOX News' Jennifer Griffin gets an up close and personal look at the destructive path the tsunami left in Thailand.
And, we'll hear some of the incredible stories of survival from Paul Watson, South Asia bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times.
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