The crisis in the Solomon Islands following Monday’s tsunami continues to mount, with this morning reports of an outbreak of diarrhoea among survivors. Drinking water is scarce, there is fear of a cholera outbreak, and at least two-thousand people remain without shelter. The Wire spoke with humanitarian aid group UNICEF on the situation in the Solomon Islands, and with seismological expert Professor Gary Gibson on the danger for Australia.

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