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Nature Cursed Indonesia, but It Took Neglect to Make a Disaster

By HANNAH BEECH and MUKTITA SUHARTONO

As the city of Palu mourns the dead from an earthquake and tsunami, it is haunted by questions of whether the government could have stemmed the devastation.

It Once Caused Earthquakes. Now a Driller in Britain Tries Fracking Again

By STANLEY REED

Battling big expense and persistent protests, Cuadrilla Resources returns to again attempt shale gas production after its first effort triggered small tremors.

Quake Hits Indonesia, and Deaths Are Reported

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

At least three people died when a 6.0-magnitude earthquake shook the East Java and Bali regions of Indonesia.

β€˜I Can Smell the Bodies’: The Struggle to Find the Dead in Indonesia

Thousands are still missing. The formal search for bodies is about to end. We met with tsunami survivors who said their only hope now was to retrieve and bury the dead before it’s too late.

Haiti rattled by aftershock day after earthquake kills at least 12

By Samuel Chamberlain

A 5.2-magnitude aftershock shook northern Haiti Sunday, one day after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake left at least 12 dead and 188 others injured.

In Disaster’s Grip, Again and Again, on Indonesian Island

The earthquake and tsunami that devastated Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island struck a place where every kind of catastrophe — natural and man-made — has piled on, and help is far away.

As a San Francisco Skyscraper Leans, a Call for Stricter Building Codes

By THOMAS FULLER

Struggling to explain construction flaws in two high-profile new buildings, city officials are calling for stricter seismic building regulations.

Cries for Help Give Way to Silence: After the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

By ADAM DEAN and MEGAN SPECIA

A week after a 7.5-magnitude earthquake and a 20-foot tsunami devastated the island of Sulawesi, urgent calls for help have eerily stilled.

A Tsunami Didn’t Destroy These 1,747 Homes. It Was the Ground Itself, Flowing

By FIRA ABDURACHMAN, ADAM DEAN and RICHARD C. PADDOCK

In one part of Palu, Indonesia, hundreds of buildings flowed sideways before being buried. Only now has heavy equipment been brought in to the search for the missing.

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