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Jakarta — At least 34 people were killed and thousands evacuated after a 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia’s West Sulawesi in the early hours Friday, according to the national disaster mitigation management.

More than 600 people were injured from the quake that damaged a hotel, the governor’s office, hundreds of houses and a local health facility, the agency, BNPB, said in a statement. About 15,000 people were relocated to 15 locations. It also caused a power blackout, disrupted mobile phone networks and cut off road access...

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