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    1. New research hopes to close the debate on whether a major mud volcano disaster in Indonesia was triggered by an earthquake or had human-made origins.

    2. New research led by the University of Adelaide hopes to close the debate on whether a major mud volcano disaster in Indonesia was triggered by an earthquake or had man-made origins.

    3. Geologists reignited the debate Monday about whether to blame nature or humans for the devastating eruption nine years ago of an Indonesian mud volcano still oozing its all-consuming sludge today. "Taken together, our data strongly supports a man-made trigger," study co-author Mark Tingay from the University of Adelaide said in a statement. The Lusi mud volcano erupted out of the blue on May 29...

    4. The 26 December 2004 Mw ~9.2 Indian Ocean earthquake (also known as the Sumatra-Andaman or Aceh-Andaman earthquake), which generated massive, destructive tsunamis, especially along the Aceh coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia, clearly demonstrated the need for a better understanding of how frequently subduction zone earthquakes and tsunamis occur.

    5. Stories from ground zero

      The HinduJun 10 10:01 AM

      Surya Narayan Shrestha, who has been involved in earthquake response in Nepal, Pakistan and Indonesia, on the importance of earthquake-resistant buildings.

    6. The 26 December 2004 Mw ~9.2 Indian Ocean earthquake (also known as the Sumatra-Andaman or Aceh-Andaman earthquake), which generated massive, destructive tsunamis, especially along the Aceh coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia, clearly demonstrated the need for a better understanding of how frequently subduction zone earthquakes and tsunamis occur. Toward that end, Harvey M. Kelsey of Humboldt ...

    7. ( Geological Society of America ) The 26 December 2004 Mw ~9.2 Indian Ocean earthquake (also known as the Sumatra-Andaman or Aceh-Andaman earthquake), which generated massive, destructive tsunamis, especially along the Aceh coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia, clearly demonstrated the need for a better understanding of how frequently subduction zone earthquakes and tsunamis occur. Toward that ...

    8. Kinabalu may have lost height after earthquake

      Free Malaysia TodayJun 30 05:28 PM

      Authorities warn the mountain was still unstable and the 100 aftershocks recorded so far extend to Tuaran and the South China Sea

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      Asia News NetworkJun 15 01:18 AM

      Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi has rejected claims that Indonesia has recently adopted an inward-looking foreign policy based on narrow nationalism, thus losing its focus on international issues.

    10. JAKARTA, INDONESIA: At least 18 international flights connecting Australia and Indonesia’s resort island of Bali have been canceled following fears over potential danger caused by volcanic ash from Mount Raung, East Java, state-owned navigation authority Indonesian Flight Navigation Service (AirNav Indonesia) reported Saturday.

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