BY DAVID G ROSE
At least 16 people died and more than 500 hikers needed rescuing from the slopes of Indonesia’s Mount Rinjani after an earthquake struck on Sunday night – while more than 5,000 local residents on the island of Lombok were effectively left homeless.
And yesterday another earthquake in Indonesia - 7.0 on the Richter scale.
Meanwhile, flash flooding deprived entire communities of food, security and shelter in south-eastern Laos, and across the border into Cambodia, following the collapse of a hydroelectric dam. At least 20 died and hundreds were reported missing and 6,600 people were left stranded or seeking refuge in makeshift refugee camps and evacuation centres.
What happened next?
2 y/o child sexually abused
Aboriantos, 47, said the child’s mother confided that she and her older sister had also been abused by the grandfather, but despite this, the family did not wish to press charges. “When we asked as to why they will not file a case, they responded that the perpetrator is more than 60 years old. They pity the grandfather if he will be put into jail at an old age.
Poorly designed shelters