In the early morning hours Wednesday, Indonesia was hit by a 6.5-magnitude earthquake, which collapsed buildings, ripped apart streets and sent people to area hospitals. Nearly 100 people were killed.
By Larisa Epatko
Officials said they will likely find more bodies in Aceh province following the early Wednesday quake, the Associated Press reported.
By News Desk
The estimated death toll from Saturday's cyclone in Myanmar increased to 22,000 Tuesday with 41,000 still missing and possibly 1 million left homeless, according to relief agencies. The head of the U.S. embassy in Rangoon and a reporter recap the…
By PBS NewsHour
Indonesian officials and rebels from the Free Aceh Movement, or GAM, signed a truce Monday ending nearly three decades of fighting over the province of Aceh's independence.
Hundreds of Indonesian troops moved into the rebel province of Aceh Monday in an offensive aimed at dispersing rebels who have fomented revolution in the oil-rich region for decades.
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