Sara Schonhardt

Freelance Reporter

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Freelance reporter based in Jakarta, Indonesia

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Remote islands that are part of Indonesia have been devastated by a 7.7 earthquake and  subsequent tsunami .  More than 300 have been killed and hundreds more are missing.

Tsunami and Volcano Hit Indonesia in One 24-Hour Period

Remote islands that are part of Indonesia have been devastated by a 7.7 earthquake and subsequent tsunami .  More than 300 have been killed and hundreds more are missing.

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