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UPDATED: 08:39, January 17, 2005
Third batch of Chinese relief aid in Sri Lanka
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An airport staff worker examines the newly-arrived relief goods from China at an airport of Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, on Jan. 15, 2005.

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A cargo plane belonging to China southern Airlines lands at an airport of Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, on Jan. 15, 2005, bringing the third batch of Chinese relief aid to the tsunami-stricken country. The aid items cover 770 sets of gasoline generators, a huge package of food and medicine.

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The third batch of Chinese relief aid to the tsunami-stricken Sri Lanka arrives at an airport of Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, on Jan. 15, 2005. The aid items cover 770 sets of gasoline generators, a huge package of food and medicine.

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