Boxing Day Tsunami: Survivors of 2004 tsunami left horrified after being "ambushed" by trailer for movie on Boxing Day tragedy

Survivors of 2004 tsunami left horrified after being 'ambushed' by trailer for movie about Boxing Day tragedyTrailer for The Impossible shown before The HobbitSurvivors' groups call for Odeon to issue warnings The 2004 Boxing Day tsunami killed 230,000 people including 155 Brits | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 25 December 2012 Survivors of the 2004 tsunami have been left 'in tears' as cinemas are screening the trailer for a movie about the disaster without warning. The trailer for the film uses graphic imagery to re-tell the story of one family's fight for survival after the 98-foot-tidal wave hit Thailand on Boxing Day eight years ago

Terror in Japan as earthquake sparks tsunami warning and buildings shake across Tokyo

Terror in Japan as earthquake sparks tsunami warning and buildings shake across Tokyo Quake was felt in the capital Tokyo as buildings swayed violently Warning: Tsunami could be as high as six feet The epicentre was 6.2 miles beneath the seabedEvacuations have been ordered from some of the affected areas There have been no immediate reports of deaths or injuries. Warning was issued for the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, which was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami in March 2011 | UPDATED: 14:32 GMT, 7 December 2012 A strong earthquake struck Friday off the coast of northeastern Japan in the same region that was hit by a massive earthquake and tsunami last year

"Frozen waves" of blue ice photographed by Tony Travouillon

The 'frozen wave': Stunning 50ft blue ice monolith captured in the AntarcticDramatic images appear to show a frozen wave but the phenomenon is actually caused by compressed ice The ice appears blue because it absorbs light from the 'red end' of the spectrum and throws out the blue light | UPDATED: 19:07 GMT, 26 November 2012 At first glance these beautiful images from the Antarctic appear to show 50-ft tall waves that have been instantly frozen as they break. Some people have posted the pictures online, taken by scientist Tony Travouillon at Dumont D'Urville, with a description claiming they are a tsunami wave which was frozen.