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Members of the National Agency for Disaster Management search for victims at a damaged house at Pemenang village in northern Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara province on August 7, 2018, two days after the area was struck by an earthquake. The shallow 6.9-magnitude quake killed at least 98 people and destroyed thousands of buildings in Lombok on August 5, just days after another deadly tremor surged through the holiday island and killed 17. / AFP / SONNY TUMBELAKA
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Residents and a Indonesian search and rescue personnel look under the ruins of a mosque in Pemenang, North Lombok on August 6, 2018, the day after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck the area. More than 1,000 tourists were being evacuated from Indonesia's tiny Gili islands on August 6 after a powerful quake struck neighbouring Lombok, killing 91 people and injuring hundreds. / AFP / ADEK BERRY
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Cracked concrete and damaged houses are pictured in Pemenang in northern Lombok on August 6, 2018, a day after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck the area. More than 1,000 tourists were being evacuated from Indonesia's tiny Gili islands on August 6 after a powerful quake struck neighbouring Lombok, killing 91 people and injuring hundreds. / AFP / ADEK BERRY
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Rescuers with sniffer dogs search for victims at a mosque damaged by an earthquake in North Lombok, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. Thousands of people left homeless sheltered Monday night in makeshift tents following a powerful quake that ruptured roads and flattened buildings on the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok, as authorities said rescuers hadn't yet reached all devastated areas. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)
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Residents survey the destruction to their village caused by an earthquake in North Lombok, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. The north of Lombok was devastated by the powerful quake that struck Sunday night, damaging thousands of buildings and killing a large number of people. Rescuers were still struggling to reach all of the affected areas and authorities expect the death toll to rise. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
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Members of the National Agency for Disaster Management search for victims at a damaged house at Pemenang village in northern Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara province on August 7, 2018, two days after the area was struck by an earthquake. The shallow 6.9-magnitude quake killed at least 98 people and destroyed thousands of buildings in Lombok on August 5, just days after another deadly tremor surged through the holiday island and killed 17. / AFP / SONNY TUMBELAKA
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Houses damaged by an earthquake are seen in North Lombok, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. The north of Lombok was devastated by the powerful quake that struck Sunday night, damaging thousands of buildings and killing a large number of people. Rescuers were still struggling to reach all of the affected areas and authorities expect the death toll to rise. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
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Rescuers search for earthquake victims at the ruin of a building in Tanjung, Lombok Island, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. The north of Lombok was devastated by the powerful quake that struck Sunday night, damaging thousands of buildings and killing a large number of people. Rescuers were still struggling to reach all of the affected areas and authorities expect the death toll to rise. (AP Photo/Fauzy Chaniago)
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A damaged car and house are seen in Bangsal on August 7, 2018, after an earthquake struck the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok on Sunday. Terrified holidaymakers rushed for boats and planes to leave Indonesia’s Lombok island on August 7 after it suffered a second deadly quake within a week, while rescuers tried to reach hardest-hit areas where survivors are in urgent need of food and shelter. / AFP / ADEK BERRY
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Rescuers carry the body of an earthquake victim recovered from the collapsed Jabal Nur mosque in North Lombok, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. The north of Lombok was devastated by the powerful quake that struck Sunday night, damaging thousands of buildings and killing a large number of people. Rescuers were still struggling to reach all of the affected areas and authorities expect the death toll to rise. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Indonesian search and rescue members look for victims at a mosque that collapsed following a 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Tanjong, North Lombok on August 6, 2018. Indonesia on August 6 sent rescuers fanning out across the holiday island of Lombok and evacuated more than 2,000 tourists after a powerful earthquake killed at least 98 people and damaged thousands of buildings. / AFP / ADEK BERRY
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A digger clears debris as search and rescue personnel look for victims in the rubble of a mosque in Pemenang, northern Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara province on August 7, 2018, two days after the area was struck by an earthquake. The shallow 6.9-magnitude quake killed at least 105 people and destroyed thousands of buildings in Lombok on August 5, just days after another deadly tremor surged through the holiday island and killed 17. / AFP / ADEK BERRY
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Rescuers with sniffer dog search for victims at a mosque damaged by an earthquake in North Lombok, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. Thousands of people left homeless sheltered Monday night in makeshift tents following a powerful quake that ruptured roads and flattened buildings on the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok, as authorities said rescuers hadn't yet reached all devastated areas. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)
Updated 07 August 2018

Indonesia earthquake

JAKARTA: Quake-stricken residents of Lombok island in central Indonesia are reeling from two powerful earthquakes that struck the island in just a week, as a search-and-rescue operation was under way to look for more casualties trapped under the debris of collapsed buildings.
National Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said the death toll from the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck the island on Sunday evening has risen from 91 to 98, including two deaths in Bali and 236 injured.
(Photo courtesy: AFP/ AP)