Lombok earthquake: Destruction and death in Indonesia

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image captionMore than 90 people have been killed and hundreds injured by an earthquake which hit the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday.
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image captionMany in Lombok's main city of Mataram were sent running from their homes and onto the streets as the 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the island.
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image captionThe extent of the damage became clear on Monday, with houses, mosques and schools among the thousands of buildings destroyed.
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image captionMany residents fled their homes, some carrying along the belongings they were able to salvage.
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image captionSome worshippers might still be trapped inside collapsed mosques, the head of North Lombok district told AFP.
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image captionPatients were tended to in makeshift wards set up under tents after hospital buildings were also damaged.
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image captionThe quake was also felt in the nearby resort island of Bali, where makeshift emergency tents were also set up to treat patients.
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image captionOn Gili Air, one of three islands that make up the Gili islands off the north-west coast of Lombok, crowds of tourists wait as they prepare to be evacuated.
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image captionAbout 1,000 foreign and domestic tourists have already been evacuated in boats from the Gili islands, according to a spokesman.
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image captionThere were long lines at Lombok's airport, which is still operating, as tourists scrambled to leave. Indonesia is prone to earthquakes because it lies on the seismically active Ring of Fire.
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image captionJust a week ago, after another quake hit Lombok, a popular tourist island that is known for its hiking trails. That quake killed at least 16 people.

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