Lights Back on in Indonesian Quake City, But Fate of Thousands Unknown

President Joko Widodo amidst collapsed buildings in Palu.

(From Reuters)

Some services began returning to normal in Indonesia’s quake and tsunami stricken city of Palu on Thursday, but the fate of many thousands of people in outlying districts remained unknown nearly a week after the disaster struck.

The small city of 370,000 people has been the focus of the aid effort launched after last Friday’s 7.5 magnitude earthquake and tsunami on the west coast of Sulawesi island.

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