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Red Cross urges Australians to help Sulawesi

People walk past dead bodies a day after a tsunami hit Palu, on Sulawesi island. Picture: AFP


A tsunami has battered the Indonesian island Sulawesi, and has claimed approximately 400 lives.

The disaster was caused after a magnitude 7.5 earthquake occurred near the island.

Reporter Alex Dalziel spoke to The Australian Red Cross about the Sulawesi tsunami and what Australians can do to help.

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