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Earthquake kills 2 on Indonesia's Lombok Island

Bangkok Post Sunday, 17 March 2019
JAKARTA: At least two people were killed and another hospitalised after a magnitude 5.5 earthquake hit Indonesia's resort island of Lombok on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
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