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Indonesia earthquake: Victims beg for help with resources short



Sky’s Siobhan Robbins is in Palu, Indonesia after the tsunami with victims looking for help from the global community and with the UK one of the first countries to offer aid.

Fuel and food are precious commodities with petrol stations running dry as people queue for hours.

The sense of a growing humanitarian disaster unfolding in Indonesia is increasing as the scale of the disaster becomes clear.

Mass burials have begun for some of those people killed by falling buildings with the total reaching more than 800.

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