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An earthquake and tsunami on 28 September caused widespread damage and destruction to Palu and Dongala in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.
All of the children and their coach have now been successfully rescued from the cave, and are currently recovering in Chiang Rai hospital.
On 26 February, an earthquake of 7.5 magnitude at 9 km depth struck the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea.
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The humanitarian crises where Australia is responding