Relief supplies began trickling into tsunami-hit communities in the Solomons Islands on Monday, as another powerful aftershock rattled the Pacific nation in the wake of last week's 8.0-magnitude earthquake.
This photo, released by World Vision, shows supplies being loaded by the aid agency in Honiara to be sent to the quake affected areas around Lata in the Santa Cruz Islands region of the Solomons Islands, on February 7, 2013. The local government has declared the Santa Cruz Islands a disaster area.
The aftershocks had slowed but not halted aid operations in the remote Santa Cruz islands, where at least 10 people died in the tsunami triggered by the quake last Wednesday, the Red Cross said.
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