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Aerial images show Indonesia quake rescue

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Drone shots show search and rescue workers digging through a collapsed building in Indonesia's West Java province after a deadly earthquake struck on Monday, killing 272 people. Indonesian authorities deployed heavy machinery, helicopters and thousands of personnel Thursday in a desperate effort to locate dozens trapped in rubble.

Added on the 24/11/2022 14:28:18 - Copyright : AFP EN

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