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Amid the ruins of an Indonesian city, survivors take stock

A soldier opens a body bag in Balaroa, in the tsunami-struck Indonesian city of Palu, on Oct. 6

HOPES OF FINDING ANYONE ALIVE had faded. About two weeks after a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, search-and-rescue operations were due to

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