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More than 34 people were killed, hundreds hospitalised, 22 seriously injured (mostly burned), and nearly 3,000 houses and 38 schools were damaged after a Mount Semeru volcano erupted in the Lumajang district of East Java on Saturday. Indonesian President Joko Widodo visited the ravaged areas yesterday to reassure people that communities will be restored quickly and assistance is reaching those in need. The president also promised to rehabilitate infrastructure, including the key bridge linking Lumajang to neighboring cities, and relocate roughly 2,970 dwellings out of risk zones after visiting survivors in shelters on a soccer field. Because most of the […]

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