The Courier-Mail reports that the North Ossetian town of Beslan in Russia, still mourning 344 deaths - half of them children - by terrorists, has contributed $37,500 to the tsunami relief effort.
"Our council decided to transfer a million rubles to help those suffering from the disaster in Asia," said Maerbek Tuayev, who is in charge of municipal council efforts to raise funds for families of the victims of the September hostage taking.Memories of the massacre in Beslan are ugly. The residents' resilience and generosity warm the heart.
"The residents of Beslan have not forgotten how the whole world mobilised for them. We will always mobilise for people suffering from disasters or terrorism around the world."
Companion post at The Jawa Report.