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U.N. says $100M needed now in Indonesia

BANTUL, Indonesia – The United Nations said Friday $100 million was urgently needed to help Indonesia earthquake survivors as the injured and bereaved marked the Islamic day of prayer amid the rubble of their homes. “We should not cry or stay in mourning,” one preacher told worshippers outside a damaged mosque in the center of destroyed Bawuran village. “We should thank God that we are still alive.” Adding to the concerns, nearby Mount Merapi volcano shot out large plumes of ash and sent lava down its slopes 35 times Friday. Full Story

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