‘God does not strike twice’: Indonesians rebuild in disaster zone

The frame of a new home rises on a field of debris from Friday's earthquake and tsunami in Kampung Tondo, north of Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Tom Allard

TONDO, Indonesia (Reuters) – About 100 metres from the beach north of the earthquake-shattered Indonesian city of Palu, a wooden A-frame home is rising in the midst of a wasteland of concrete, mangled sheets of iron and uprooted trees. In the absence of help, survivors of last Friday’s quake and a devastating tsunami minutes later […]

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