This blog was updated on 2 October 2018.
Indonesia has just faced a terrifying double disaster: a powerful earthquake and then a tsunami.
A series of earthquakes rocked the province of Central Sulawesi, with the strongest being 7.7 magnitude.
Its epicentre was near the city of Dongala, home to around 300,000 people. That’s roughly the same as the number of people who live in Nottingham in the UK.
At least 1,234 people are known to have died and at least 799 people have been hurt. More than 6,000 houses have been destroyed and over 600,000 people across the province could be affected.