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World Bank provides $1 billion standby facility for Indonesia disaster relief

Reuters Sunday, 14 October 2018
The World Bank on Sunday said it would provide a standby loan of up to $1 billion for the Indonesian government for relief and reconstruction efforts in the country's two islands that were hit by earthquakes and a tsunami.
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Antonio Guterres offers condolences to victims of Palu, as thousands gather to pray two weeks after the disaster.

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