Disaster authorities in New Zealand have paid insufficient attention to the threat of a tsunami, a government-sponsored report said Tuesday, as it warned that more than 5,000 people could be killed by such a giant wave. "Many regions have intolerable and unacceptable levels of risk at regional level," said the report compiled by government agency GNS Science, formerly known as Geological and Nuclear Sciences
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