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A 6.2 followed by a 5.6 magnitude earthquake within 5 minutes hit Indonesia in of the coast of West Timor.

The islands of Bali and Lombok were struck by a hazardous 6.9 Mw earthquake on August 5. At least 98 people were reported dead while thousands of shocked residents and tourists have no place to stay.

About 100,000 residents living near Bali’s Mount Agung volcano were ordered to evacuate, as the first major eruption in 54 years could be “imminent”.