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A 3 meters Tsunami hits Palu

  • Residents salvage belongings after an earthquake and tsunami hit Palu on Sulawesi island on September 29, 2018.  Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region.  AFP/ Muhammad Rifki

    Residents salvage belongings after an earthquake and tsunami hit Palu on Sulawesi island on September 29, 2018. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region. AFP/ Muhammad Rifki

  • Damaged cars are seen in front of a broken house in Palu on Sept. 29 after an earthquake hit the area. JP/ Ruslan Sangaji

    Damaged cars are seen in front of a broken house in Palu on Sept. 29 after an earthquake hit the area. JP/ Ruslan Sangaji

  • A collapsed bridge is pictured in Palu, Central Sulawesi, on Oct.1, 2018.  JP/ Ruslan Sangaji

    A collapsed bridge is pictured in Palu, Central Sulawesi, on Oct.1, 2018. JP/ Ruslan Sangaji

  • Officials carry body bags into a mass grave ahead of a funeral for quake victims in Palu, Central Sulawesi, on Oct. 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on Sept. 28. JP/Ruslan Sangaji

    Officials carry body bags into a mass grave ahead of a funeral for quake victims in Palu, Central Sulawesi, on Oct. 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on Sept. 28. JP/Ruslan Sangaji

  • Residents make their way along a street full of debris after an earthquake and tsunami hit Palu, on Sulawesi island on September 29, 2018. Rescuers scrambled to reach tsunami-hit central Indonesia and assess the damage after a strong quake brought down several buildings and sent locals fleeing their homes for higher ground.   AFP/ Muhammad Rifki

    Residents make their way along a street full of debris after an earthquake and tsunami hit Palu, on Sulawesi island on September 29, 2018. Rescuers scrambled to reach tsunami-hit central Indonesia and assess the damage after a strong quake brought down several buildings and sent locals fleeing their homes for higher ground. AFP/ Muhammad Rifki

  • A man looks for belongings from his house after it was damaged in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, following a strong earthquake and tsunami that struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

    A man looks for belongings from his house after it was damaged in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, following a strong earthquake and tsunami that struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

  • A man attempts to ride his motorcycle through the mud in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, after a strong earthquake and tsunami struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region.  AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

    A man attempts to ride his motorcycle through the mud in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, after a strong earthquake and tsunami struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

  • People view the damage to a beach hit by a tsunami in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, after a strong earthquake and tsunami struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region.  AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

    People view the damage to a beach hit by a tsunami in Palu in Central Sulawesi on September 29, 2018, after a strong earthquake and tsunami struck the area. Nearly 400 people were killed when a powerful quake sent a tsunami barrelling into the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, officials said on September 29, as hospitals struggled to cope with hundreds of injured and rescuers scrambled to reach the stricken region. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

  • Motorists drive past a collapsed shopping mall in downtown Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on September 30, 2018, following the September 28 earthquake and tsunami. The death toll in Indonesia's quake-tsunami disaster nearly doubled to more than 800 on September 30, as ill-equipped rescuers struggled to reach scores of trapped victims, health officials resorted to mass burials and desperate residents looted shops for food and water. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

    Motorists drive past a collapsed shopping mall in downtown Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on September 30, 2018, following the September 28 earthquake and tsunami. The death toll in Indonesia's quake-tsunami disaster nearly doubled to more than 800 on September 30, as ill-equipped rescuers struggled to reach scores of trapped victims, health officials resorted to mass burials and desperate residents looted shops for food and water. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

  • A collapsed mosque is picrtured in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/ Jewel Samad

    A collapsed mosque is picrtured in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/ Jewel Samad

  • A boy (C) tries to get clean water from an underground water tank at a makeshift evacuation centre in Palu, in Central Sulawesi, on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. Mass graves were being readied on October 1 for hundreds of victims of the Indonesian quake and tsunami as authorities battled to stave off disease and reach desperate people still trapped under shattered buildings.  AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

    A boy (C) tries to get clean water from an underground water tank at a makeshift evacuation centre in Palu, in Central Sulawesi, on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. Mass graves were being readied on October 1 for hundreds of victims of the Indonesian quake and tsunami as authorities battled to stave off disease and reach desperate people still trapped under shattered buildings. AFP/ Bay Ismoyo

  • Earthquake survivors ride past a boat on a street in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/Jewel Samad

    Earthquake survivors ride past a boat on a street in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/Jewel Samad

  • This picture shows Roa Roa hotel after it was hit by an earthquake in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/ Adek Berry

    This picture shows Roa Roa hotel after it was hit by an earthquake in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/ Adek Berry

  • Earthquake survivors search for useable items among the debris in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/Jewel Samad

    Earthquake survivors search for useable items among the debris in Palu, Indonesia's Central Sulawesi on October 1, 2018, after an earthquake and tsunami hit the area on September 28. The death toll from the Indonesian quake-tsunami nearly doubled to 832 but was expected to rise further after a disaster that has left the island of Sulawesi reeling. AFP/Jewel Samad

  • Hundreds of survivors of an earthquake in Palu, Central Sulawesi, including foreigners, climb the Hercules aircraft belonging to the Indonesian Air Force on Monday, three days after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit the region. The plane was heading to Makassar in South Sulawesi. JP/ Andi Hajramurni

    Hundreds of survivors of an earthquake in Palu, Central Sulawesi, including foreigners, climb the Hercules aircraft belonging to the Indonesian Air Force on Monday, three days after a 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit the region. The plane was heading to Makassar in South Sulawesi. JP/ Andi Hajramurni