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Search for victims of Indonesia disaster extended; three dead in Java quake

Reuters India Thursday, 11 October 2018 ()
Search for victims of Indonesia disaster extended; three dead in Java quakeIndonesia on Thursday extended for a day the search for victims of a 7.5 magnitude quake and tsunami on Sulawesi island at the request of relatives of the many still missing, the national disaster mitigation agency said.
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Majority of the deaths confirmed so far were in Palu, Indonesia, a city of some 350,000 people near the quake's epicenter.

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