Indonesia: Palu struggles to rebuild three months after tsunami

People say a lack of coordination is hampering distribution of aid and relocation has been slow.

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    It has been more than three months since a devastating earthquake and tsunami destroyed parts of Indonesia's islands of Sulawesi.

    Thousands of survivors are still living in tents. While aid has been pouring in, people say a lack of coordination is hampering its distribution and relocation has been slow.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Palu.


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