Nearly 10,000 displaced as floods, landslides hit Indonesia’s West Java

Nearly 10,000 displaced as floods, landslides hit Indonesia's West Java

JAKARTA, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) — Floods, landslides and whirlwind have forced almost 10,000 people to flee home in West Java province‘s district of Karawang, spokesman for the National Disaster Management Agency Agus Wibowo said on Wednesday.

The natural disasters destroyed three school buildings and one mosque as well as

They were evacuated to their relative houses which are not submerged by the waters,

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