A tsunami triggered by a magnitude seven-point-five
earthquake has hit a city in Indonesia. Officials in the city of Palu on Sulawesi
island have reported five deaths, but it’s not clear whether they died as a result of
the tsunami or the quake. The local disaster agency says houses have
been swept away and families are missing so the death toll cause rise sharply. Following the earthquake, several strong aftershocks,
including one of magnitude six-point-seven, hit.