Indonesia Reacts to Tsunami Warning

Friday, March 11, 2011

A tsunami is expected to hit the eastern part of Indonesia later today, but waves are expected to be much smaller than those which rushed across northern Japan. Indonesia conducts tsunami drills yearly, but residents are still panicking having heard the news. And the panic may cause more damage than the wave itself. The head of BBC's Indonesian service, Tomi Sucipto has the latest.


Tomi Sucipto

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