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A spokesman for the Indonesian National Disaster Mitigation Agency said heavy rains and overflowing rivers since New Year's Eve had engulfed at least 90 neighborhoods in the capital of Jakarta and killed at least nine people.
National disaster mitigation agency spokesman Agus Wibowo says the death toll has been lowered after officials realized some of the deceased has been double-counted
As the threat of more deadly tsunamis casts a pall over Indonesia, the country's National Disaster Mitigation Agency says more than 16,000 people are displaced. That's in addition to more than 420 confirmed dead, 1,485 injured and 154 still missing:
Items believed to be from the wreckage of Lion Air flight JT610 recovered off the coast of Indonesia. ?Photos taken by Pertamina Hulu Energy and released on the Twitter account of Sutopo Purwo Nugroho from Indonesia's National Disaster Mitigation Agency