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Photo Gallery: Indonesian Earthquake Recovery

  • Indonesian students walk past the rubble of the Amberchang Hotel Monday on their way to school for the first time since a pair of earthquakes struck Padang, Indonesia on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
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    Indonesian students walk past the rubble of the Amberchang Hotel Monday on their way to school for the first time since a pair of earthquakes struck Padang, Indonesia on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
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  • An Indonesian man holds up the injured legs of his daughter as she waits for medical treatment at a U.S. field hospital Wednesday in Padang. International aid flowed into Indonesia as schools and shops re-opened.
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    An Indonesian man holds up the injured legs of his daughter as she waits for medical treatment at a U.S. field hospital Wednesday in Padang. International aid flowed into Indonesia as schools and shops re-opened.
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  • U.S. soldiers erect a makeshift tent for their medical support base to give assistance to quake victims near the M. Jamil hospital Tuesday in Padang. The US Pacific Command flew two C-17 military transport aircraft to Padang with materials for the field hospital.
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    U.S. soldiers erect a makeshift tent for their medical support base to give assistance to quake victims near the M. Jamil hospital Tuesday in Padang. The US Pacific Command flew two C-17 military transport aircraft to Padang with materials for the field hospital.
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  • Rescue volunteers cover a body before removing it from an area severely hit by landslides in the Sumatran Island village of Jumanak, on Sun., Oct. 4.
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    Rescue volunteers cover a body before removing it from an area severely hit by landslides in the Sumatran Island village of Jumanak, on Sun., Oct. 4.
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  • Volunteers prepare relief aid in Padang, on Fri., Oct. 2.
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    Volunteers prepare relief aid in Padang, on Fri., Oct. 2.
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  • Here, residents walk through a street in Padang, a city of 900,000 and the capital of the West Sumatra province Thurs., Oct. 1.
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    Here, residents walk through a street in Padang, a city of 900,000 and the capital of the West Sumatra province Thurs., Oct. 1.
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  • Indonesian soldiers search for survivors in a crumbled building Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang, Sumatra. Officials said that 376 people have died and more than 400 were seriously injured.
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    Indonesian soldiers search for survivors in a crumbled building Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang, Sumatra. Officials said that 376 people have died and more than 400 were seriously injured.
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  • An Indonesian man salvages belongings from his destroyed home Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang.
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    An Indonesian man salvages belongings from his destroyed home Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang.
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  • Thousands of people were trapped in the rubble. Here, people search victims from a collapsed shop Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang.
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    Thousands of people were trapped in the rubble. Here, people search victims from a collapsed shop Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang.
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  • A woman walks past a collapsed hotel Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang. More than 500 buildings were destroyed or damaged by the earthquakes.
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    A woman walks past a collapsed hotel Thurs., Oct. 1 in Padang. More than 500 buildings were destroyed or damaged by the earthquakes.
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