Betty Ah Soon

Public Information Officer, American Samoa Department of Homeland Security

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At least 99 people reportedly have been killed in a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake yesterday near the Samoan islands in the Pacific.

Earthquake and Tsunamis Strike Samoa

At least 99 people reportedly have been killed in a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake yesterday near the Samoan islands in the Pacific.

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At least 99 people reportedly have been killed in a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake yesterday near the Samoan islands in the Pacific.

Earthquake and Tsunamis Strike Samoa

At least 99 people reportedly have been killed in a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake yesterday near the Samoan islands in the Pacific.

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