Indonesian search and rescue team continue looking for survivors after a 6.5 Magnitude earthquake in Pidie Jaya, Aceh province on December 8, 2016.(AFP / Jon NST)
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Aftershocks rattled the survivors of a devastating Indonesian earthquake that killed more than 100 people, as officials urgently appealed Thursday for medicine and doctors to treat the hundreds injured.The shallow 6.5-magnitude quake leveled hundreds of homes, mosques and businesses across Aceh province, one of the areas worst affected by the devastating 2004 tsunami.More than 700 people were injured in the quake, many seriously, according to the disaster agency.More was needed for the 4,000 people evacuated to shelters, said local disaster agency chief Puteh Manaf.In June a 6.5-magnitude quake struck off the west of Sumatra, damaging scores of buildings and injuring eight people.
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