A tsunami triggered by a powerful quake under the Pacific Ocean has killed scores of people in Samoa and American Samoa.
Most of the dead so far have been reported in Samoa. Its prime minister said he was shocked at the devastation.
Officials in Samoa say the death toll could rise when more remote coastal areas are reached.
In American Samoa, waves of up to 6m (20ft) roared up to 1.6km (1 mile) inland, carrying vehicles and debris and flattening villages in some areas.
People living in coastal areas fled to higher ground to escape the waves, which were generated by an 8.3-magnitude quake.
Pago Pago, the capital of American Samoa, was swamped and the territory's delegate to the US Congress said thousands of people had been made homeless. (Image by Alden P Tagarino)
The aftermath in Leone, American Samoa. Officials say there was little time to give a warning.
US President Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency for the territory, freeing up federal funds for the aid effort. (Image by Alden P Tagarino)
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued an alert to the wider region, but it was cancelled a few hours later.
Aid officials say it could take months for people to rebuild their homes.
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