A week after a devastating earthquake and tsunami hit Indonesia, thousands of displaced people are in desperate need of humanitarian aid. Meanwhile, hopes of finding any more survivors are fading.
Eight years after a triple meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, part of nearby Okuma has been declared safe for residents to return. But there has been no rush to go home as radiation levels remain high.
TEPCO is removing hundreds of radioactive cylinders from the tsunami-damaged Fukushima reactor site. The units are still intact and could spark a largescale disaster in the event of another earthquake.
At least two people have been killed after a 'moderately strong' earthquake hit Indonesia's Lombok tourist island. At least 77 others have lost their lives in landslides and flash floods in the country's Papua province.
At least 77 people are now known to have died in flash floods and mudslides in Indonesia's eastern Papua province, the disaster agency says. Two more people died in an earthquake on Lombok island.
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