These are external links and will open in a new window. Sri Lankan child protection officials say they have found a six-year-old girl previously believed to have been lost or killed during the tsunami. More than 30, people were killed in Sri Lanka during the tsunami and Ms Dissanayake said that it could take anything between a week to a year for her agency to find the child's parents. Thousands of children were reported missing in the aftermath of the disaster and half a million people were left homeless. Parts of the southern town of Galle - where the girl is believed to come from - were almost completely flattened in the disaster.
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