Mass prayer marks one year since Indonesia quake-tsunami disaster | AFP

Thousands attend mass prayer in the devastated Indonesian city of Palu, one year after a quake-tsunami swallowed up whole neighbourhoods and killed more than 4,000 people.

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Inside The Search Mission For Indonesia’s Tsunami Survivors (HBO)

Authorities say it will take two years to rebuild the Indonesian city of Palu after it was devastated by an earthquake and tsunami on Sep. 28, which killed at least 2,000 people and injured 4,600. Search and rescue teams were originally given until Oct. 11 to find and retrieve bodies, but the search was extended by a day at the request of survivors. As many as 5,000 people remain missing, meaning whole neighborhoods will be left as mass graves. The earthquake led to a phenomenon known as “liquefaction”, in which soil begins to act like liquid — effectively swallowing and sweeping away entire buildings. Communities were turned into swathes of debris and mud, hampering search and rescue teams that had to wait for heavy machinery to arrive in order to clear access.

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Families search for missing loved ones in Indonesia

Rescue workers comb through the destroyed neighbourhood of Balaroa in Palu as the death toll from Indonesia’s earthquake-tsunami disaster nears 2,000 people. The country’s disaster agency says the official search for the unaccounted will continue until October 11 at which point they will be listed as missing, presumed dead.

AP reporter describes Indonesia quake devastation

(5 Oct 2018) Associated Press reporter Stephen Wright describes the destruction in Palu a week after a magnitude 7.5 quake struck central Indonesia’s Sulawesi island. (Oct. 5)

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Muslims pray for strength in quake-hit Palu city

(5 Oct 2018) Hundreds of people gathered on an Indonesian beach Friday to chant a Muslim prayer – and remember those they lost – one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged the area, killing more than 1,500 people. (Oct. 5)

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More than 1,000 may still be missing in Indonesia disaster

More than a thousand people could still be missing after Indonesia’s devastating quake-tsunami, officials say, while French and Indonesian search teams are frustrated after they can no longer detect signs of life that they found the night before at the quake-hit Mercure hotel on Palu’s waterfront.

Bird’s-eye view of Indonesia’s ruins amid recovery

(4 Oct 2018) Drone pictures capture the recovery of a body from the ruins of a hotel in the city of Palu, as workers continued to search. Emergency aid began to reach Sulawesi, days after the quake that killed more than 1,400 people. (Oct. 4)

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In Palu, traumatised residents struggle to resume life

There have been small signs of things getting back to normal in tsunami-hit Palu. Power has returned to parts of the Indonesian city, phone networks are back up and running and even some markets are open for business. But for most, daily life has changed beyond all recognition. Residents waited in line for water or cash being brought in via armed police convoy while queues to get a few litres of petrol lasted more than 24 hours in some places.

Indonesia recovery and aid efforts trickling in

(3 Oct 2018) Aid was trickling into areas crippled by the devastating earthquake and tsunami on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, but food, water, fuel and medicine had yet to reach the hardest-hit areas outside Palu, the largest city heavily damaged. (Oct. 3)

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Dramatic rescue: Man survived 4 days under the rubble in Indonesia

Tuesday, after he survived for four days without food or water after Friday’s tsunami and earthquake. The 38-year-old survivor was at work at the time of the tsunami, and was found under the remains of the Mandala Finance building in Palu.

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Indonesia quake survivors grow more desperate

(2 Oct 2018) Survivors in Palu, Indonesia pick through ruins of their houses after a devastating quake and tsunami. (Oct. 2)

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Indonesia: Images of rescuers at work in Tsunami-hit Palu

In Balaroa, a Palu suburb once home to a housing complex, the scale of the damage is obvious four days after a quake-tsunami that devastated swathes of Indonesia’s Sulawesi. A wasteland of flattened trees, shards of concrete, twisted metal roofing, door frames and mangled furniture stretches out into the distance. IMAGES of rescuers at work