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Indonesia earthquake death toll hits 321 as search continues

By DW
29 November 2022   |   10:14 am
A week after a deadly quake struck Indonesia's main island of Java, rescuers are still finding more bodies. Aid workers have also reached remote areas to assist those displaced by the catastrophe.

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