Volcano triggers deadly tsunami in Indonesia – JAKARTA, Indonesia — A tsunami apparently caused by the eruption of an island volcano killed at least 43 people after the waves hit the coast around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait, sending a wall of water.
Krakatoa: Is Indonesia volcano still erupting? Will it erupt AGAIN? – The death toll from the Indonesian tsunami has risen to 222, with at least 30 people still reported missing. The number of injured victims is close to 1,000 and officials are certain the number will.
Thursday’s commemoration came four days after the anniversary of last year’s Sunda Strait tsunami, which followed the eruption and partial collapse of the Anak Krakatau volcano. That tsunami struck.
On Dec. 26 in 2004, an Indian Ocean tsunami triggered by an earthquake killed 226,000 people in 13 countries, including more than 120,000 in Indonesia. This image from video shows Anak Krakatau.
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Last fall, a series of devastating earthquakes struck multiple provinces in Indonesia, resulting in massive loss of life and significant infrastructure damage, from which the region is still.
Within minutes, trained staff and volunteers from the Indonesian Red Cross (Palang Merah Indonesia or PMI.
167,000 people affected by disasters in Lombok, Sulawesi and the Sunda Straits.
A volcano-triggered tsunami has left at least 222 people dead and hundreds more injured after slamming without warning into beaches around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait, officials said Sunday, voicing.
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ranging from indigenous faiths like the Agama Djawa Sunda in 1964 to global.
The timing of the tsunami, over the Christmas holiday season, brought back memories of the Indian Ocean tsunami triggered by an earthquake on Dec. 26, 2004, which killed 226,000 people in 14 countries.