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Floods hit Greater Jakarta after heavy rainfall
Buildings and farms are covered with ash after Mount Sinabung in Karo regency in North Sumatra erupted, spewing a spectacular column of ash thousands of metres into the sky. No evacuation orders have been issued and there has been no reported flight disruptions.
Text and photo thumbnail: AFP
Multimedia reporter: Vela Andapita