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By Niniek Karmini, Yusuf Wahil, Associated Press
A strong, shallow earthquake struck eastern Indonesia on Sunday, damaging some homes and causing panicked residents to flee to temporary shelters. There were no immediate reports of casualties, and authorities said there was no threat of a tsunami.
By Niniek Karmini, Associated Press
In our news wrap Thursday, a market plunge reverberated across the globe after yesterday’s selloff, and Wall Street suffered another day of declines. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 546 points. Also, the search for Indonesia’s tsunami victims was extended…
In our news wrap Friday, job gains in the U.S. slowed in September, is employers added a net of 134,000 jobs -- the smallest number in a year, and likely affected by Hurricane Florence. But unemployment hit its lowest level…
In our news wrap Thursday, the death toll in Indonesia topped 1,550 people, as aid deliveries struggled to reach the most devastated areas in the quake zone. Also, another American service member was killed in Afghanistan, the seventh combat death…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the death toll from Indonesia’s powerful earthquake and tsunami has climbed to 1,407. More than 70,000 residents remain homeless, as humanitarian aid slowly trickles in. Also, the White House stepped up its denial that President…
In our news wrap Thursday, the death toll from a powerful earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok soared to over 300 people. Also, Puerto Rico’s government now estimates Hurricane Maria killed least 1,400 people after it hit the island…
In our news wrap Tuesday, rescuers in Indonesia pulled another survivors from ruins left by Sunday's powerful earthquake. Oxfam estimates more than 20,000 are in need of shelter as thousands more camp out in the open. Also, President Trump fired…
By Michael D. Regan
A magnitude 6.5 quake killed more than 100 people and injured hundreds more on Wednesday, damaging or toppling more than 11,000 buildings in the northern province of Aceh, an area devastated by a 2004 tsunami.
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