All eyes will be on the earthquake and tsunami struck the Indonesian coastal region of Sulawesi in south-east Asia on Thursday.
The country's national disaster agency is calling off all search, rescue and recovery operations as of Thursday amid concerns over the spread of disease. Tomorrow will be exactly two weeks since the 7.5 magnitude earthquake and ensuing tsunami which killed over 2000 residents leaving thousand others buried under sunken buildings. Volunteers deployed to Palu by South African NGO Gift of the Givers will also be concluding their humanitarian mission after spending the past 3 days building shelters, distributing food parcels and treating survivors of the quake.
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