Indonesia says search for quake victims to end
Relatives of hundreds of people missing after an earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia reacted with anger, sadness and resignation on Sunday to a decision by the state disaster agency to end searches for bodies later this week.
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Quake, tsunami kills at least 30 on Indonesia's Sulawesi island
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Quake, tsunami kills at least 48 on Indonesia's Sulawesi island
National Disaster Mitigation Agency spokesman Nugroho declined to give an official death toll.
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