Indonesia disaster: 92 people arrested for looting

Some people have become so hungry, they have been looting shops and rummaging through garbage to find something to eat.

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    Despite the threat of being shot by the military, desperate people in Indonesia are still scavenging whatever supplies they can.

    Ninety-two people have been arrested for looting, but those affected don't see it as stealing, rather as surviving.

     

    Al Jazeera's as Andrew Thomas reports from Palu.


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