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The death toll after an enormous tsunami in Indonesia rises to 281

the death toll after the tsunami in Indonesia on the night of Sunday, Danish time continues to rise. 281 to be reported and is now perished, while more than 100

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The death toll after an enormous tsunami in Indonesia rises to 281

the death toll after the tsunami in Indonesia on the night of Sunday, Danish time continues to rise. 281 to be reported and is now perished, while more than 1000 people remain missing.

It informs the national disaster response on the night of Monday Danish time, writes the news agency AFP.

on Sunday morning there were reports on the 222 dead and 843 missing.

Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Antara photo

Photo: AP

- the Number of dead and the scale of the devastation will continue to rise, says the spokesperson of the preparedness Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.

the Tsunami hit several areas in the Interior between the islands of Java and Sumatra, including the beaches in Pandeglang, Serang and Lampung, around the clock after 21: 30 local time.

Especially popular beach areas in Pandeglang is hard included after the tsunami.

According to the response due to the tsunami, a combination of submarine landslides from volcanic activity near the volcanic island of Krakatau, and a tidal wave.

- the Military and the police are looking in the ruins for survivors, tells Dody Ruswandi from the response.

But even though the rescue crews working feverishly to find survivors among the 1016 missing, they have the weather against them.

Monday, the fall of large amounts of rain in the areas. Experts fear that the rain can create more tidevandsbølger as the night to Sunday.

On the videos and the images from the different areas of destroyed buildings, flooded streets and cars turned upside down. It recounts the british broadcaster BBC.

the president of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, on Monday and visited several of the areas, where there continues to be reported missing.

My thoughts go out to the victims in Banten and Lumpung the provinces, he said the day before the visit.

Photo: AP/Fauzy Chaniago

Photo: AP

Photo: AP/Achmad Ibrahim

Photo: AP/Achmad Ibrahim

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