Indonesians slam humanitarian response to tsunami

Help isn't arriving fast enough for some communities that have been largely cut off on Sulawesi.

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    Help is not arriving fast enough for some communities that have been largely cut off on Sulawesi Island.

    Almost 71,000 people have been displaced, many in coastal areas north of Palu, where the full force of the tsunami was felt first.

     

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Donggala.


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