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Quake-hit Sulawesi needs more help

JAKARTA (UCAN): People affected by the deadly magnitude 7.5 earthquake and tsunami that struck Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province on September 28, killing more than 2,000 people and displacing more than 70,000 more, are still in desperate need of relief supplies.
 
Father Joy Derry, who heads Caritas in the Diocese of Manado, said the Church, along with other relief organisations is continuing to provide basic needs.
 

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Helping hands extended to Sulawesi after quake

JAKARTA (CNS/SE): Catholic aid agencies were among those working to assess the needs and get relief to the island of Sulawesi after an earthquake and tsunami left more than 1,400 people dead.
 
Among those killed were 34 Christian students trapped while attending a Bible class. Fifty-two other students remained missing in Jono Oge village, according to a report of the ucanews.com.
 

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