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373 people are reported dead and more than 1,400 injured after a disastrous tsunami hit the islands of Java and Sumatra in Indonesia.

Rain-triggered landslides and floods have killed 11 people in the east of Indonesia's main island of Java, an official reported on Tuesday.

More than 11 years after the Lusi mud volcano first erupted on the Indonesian island of Java, researchers have probably figured out why the mudflows haven't stopped: deep underground, Lusi is connected to a nearby volcanic system.

 Following days of heavy rains, massive landslides in Indonesia caused many casualties and burried entire villages under mud and rubble. Many people are still reported as missing while more rain is expected in the next days, keeping local authorities and rescue crews under alert.