At least 25 killed after quake in Indonesia

By REUTERS
December 7, 2016 07:01

 
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JAKARTA - At least 25 people have been killed after a strong earthquake struck Indonesia's northern Aceh province, the Indonesian disaster management agency said on Wednesday.

"Search and rescue teams have found 25 dead victims and 26 seriously injured," the agency said in a statement.


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