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A lone mosque stands among the damage of a coastal village near Aceh, Sumatra island, Indonesia on Jan. 4, 2005 after the Indian Ocean tsunami swept through on Dec. 26, 2004. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy, Jacob J. Kirk, File)

(Bloomberg) — Ten years after their world was shattered by the Indian Ocean tsunami, an Indonesian man who had sold fish to tourists, and his younger brother, now run a thriving business on the beaches of Aceh.

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