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Tuesday, 6 June, 2000, 09:23 GMT 10:23 UK
In pictures: Sumatra quake
The search continues for survivors on the Indonesian island of Sumatra where Sunday's massive earthquake left many dead and caused widespread destruction. The south-west of the island was hardest hit - with many buildings totally destroyed, and those still standing left dangerously unstable.


Sumatra quake: improvised hospital
Improvised hospitals have been set up to treat the injured

Sumatra quake: injured man
Continuing aftershocks forced people to flee their homes

Sumatra quake: collapsed home
Roads and other links have been cut, hampering rescue efforts

Sumatra quake: Man in wrecked home
Many houses collapsed entirely, reduced to piles of rubble

Sumatra quake: Man on collapsed roof
Rescuers expect their search to unearth further victims




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