Rescue teams and soldiers have been continuing their search for victims on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, following last week's powerful earthquake that killed more than 1,000 people.
There are fears that thousands of people may still be trapped under the rubble in the western part of the island and the city of Padang, which took the brunt of last Wednesday's 7.6-magnitude quake.
Whole villages were flattened by massive landslides triggered by the quake off Sumatra's western coast. Officials warn that the death toll could rise significantly.
Efforts are being stepped up to get food and medical supplies to remote communities that have yet to receive any aid.
Mass funerals are continuing across West Sumatra province, and officials are trying to contain the risk of disease outbreaks by dousing the area with disinfectant.
Some schools and shops are beginning to re-open despite the stench of death and shortages of water and electricity.
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