In pictures: Aftermath of Indonesia's twin quake-tsunami disaster

The death toll in Indonesia's twin quake-tsunami disaster passed 1,400 Wednesday, with time running out to rescue survivors and the UN warning of "vast" unmet needs that have fuelled looting. Survivors are battling thirst and hunger, with food and clean water in short supply, and local hospitals are overwhelmed by the number of injured.
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People pass a stranded ship after a deadly tsunami struck the area on October 2, 2018 in Donggala, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Over 1.400 people have been confirmed dead after a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi, causing thousands of homes to collapse, along with hospitals, hotels and shopping centers. Emergency services fear that the death toll could rise into the thousands as rescue teams made contact with the nearby cities of Donggala and Mamuju and strong aftershocks continue to rock the city.
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A man check his jerry can as people queue for fuel among widespread shortages after an earthquake and tsunami, on October 03, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. The death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has risen to at least 1,400 according to Indonesias disaster response agency as aid supplies are beginning to arrive and survivors are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as tensions are running high and the police have begun guarding shops against looters while humanitarian relief convoys entering the city are being escorted by soldiers and police.
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A damaged mosque is seen after the earthquake and tsunami on October 03, 2018 in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has risen to at least 1,400 according to Indonesias disaster response agency as aid supplies are beginning to arrive and survivors are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as tensions are running high and the police have begun guarding shops against looters while humanitarian relief convoys entering the city are being escorted by soldiers and police.
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A view of damaged hotel after the earthquake and tsunami on October 03, 2018 in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has risen to at least 1,400 according to Indonesias disaster response agency as aid supplies are beginning to arrive and survivors are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as tensions are running high and the police have begun guarding shops against looters while humanitarian relief convoys entering the city are being escorted by soldiers and police.
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Rubble and debris lie around the ruins of a mosque following an earthquake, on October 02, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. Indonesias disaster response agency confirmed on Tuesday that the death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has reached at least 1,400 people while fears that the death toll could rise again. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as people are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water, while emergency services fear that survivors may still be trapped under the rubble.
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A bridge lies destroyed after being hit by a tsunami, on October 01, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. Over 1400 people have been confirmed dead after a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi, causing thousands of homes to collapse, along with hospitals, hotels and shopping centers. Emergency services fear that the death toll could rise into the thousands as rescue teams made contact with the nearby cities of Donggala and Mamuju and strong aftershocks continue to rock the city.
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A man waits for petrol to come from a pipe as he serves customers who have been queuing for long periods of time during widespread fuel shortages after an earthquake and tsunami, on October 03, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. Indonesias disaster response agency confirmed on Tuesday that the death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has reached at least 1,400 people while fears that the death toll could rise again. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as people are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water, while emergency services fear that survivors may still be trapped under the rubble.
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Children stand on the street as they ask for donations after an earthquake and tsunami on October 03, 2018 in Donggala, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has risen to at least 1,400 according to Indonesias disaster response agency as aid supplies are beginning to arrive and survivors are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as tensions are running high and the police have begun guarding shops against looters while humanitarian relief convoys entering the city are being escorted by soldiers and police.
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People walk through the rubble of buildings that were destroyed by an earthquake, on October 02, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. Indonesias disaster response agency confirmed on Tuesday that the death toll from Fridays earthquake and tsunami has reached at least 1,400 people while fears that the death toll could rise again. A tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi as people are increasingly growing desperate for food, fuel, and water, while emergency services fear that survivors may still be trapped under the rubble.
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A man squeezes out from beneath a car that has been wedged into a building by a tsunami, on October 01, 2018 in Palu, Indonesia. Over 1,400 people have been confirmed dead after a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 earthquake slammed into Indonesia's coastline on the island of Sulawesi, causing thousands of homes to collapse, along with hospitals, hotels and shopping centers. Emergency services fear that the death toll could rise into the thousands as rescue teams made contact with the nearby cities of Donggala and Mamuju and strong aftershocks continue to rock the city.