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Indonesia earthquake

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NIAS, INDONESIA – MARCH 31: Boys make their way around the eartquake cracked streets during rescue operations March 31, 2005 in Gnung Sitoli, Nias, Indonesia. An earhquake measured 8.7 on the Richter scale hit the South East Asian region of Sumatra at 11:09 pm local time on March 28 and reportedly lasted 2 minutes. The island of Nias off the coast of Sumatra was the hardest hit with the death toll estimated at two thousand people. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

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PENGALENGAN, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA – SEPTEMBER 04: A road lies collapsed following the September 2nd earthquake, on September 4, 2009 in Pangalengan, Indonesia. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake has caused widespread damage across West Java province damaging more than 18,000 homes, leaving more than 5000 people seeking refuge in makeshift tents.. The deathtoll currently stands at 57 with more than 100 people in hospital and dozens still missing. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

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PADANG, INDONESIA – OCTOBER 02: An Indonesian rescue worker walks through the rubble of the Ambacang Hotel on October 2, 2009 in Padang, Indonesia. An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 struck at 5.16pm local time 85km under the sea north-west of Padang on September 30. According to reports officials have reported a death toll of 700 in the port city of Padang. However, that is expected to rise to over 1,000. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

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PADANG, INDONESIA – OCTOBER 1: A mosque collapses in the wake of an earthquake October 01, 2009 in Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia. According to reports the official death toll stands at over 400, however, thousands are feared dead on the island after an earthquake struck the area yesterday. A second quake happened some 12 hours later, 150 miles from Padang. (Photo by Yuli Seperi/Getty Images)


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