Earthquake of 6.9 magnitude centred in Molucca Sea between north Sulawesi and north Malukuon, US Geological Survey says, triggering a tsunami warning.
Officials say 34 people remain missing after a landslide triggered by torrential rain hit village of Sirnaresmi in West Java's Sukabumi district.
Authorities have warned that the crater of Anak Krakatau, or child of Krakatau, remains fragile, raising fears of another collapse and tsunami, and have urged residents to stay away from the coast.
Indonesian authorities warned of "extreme weather and high waves" around the erupting Krakatau volcano, urging people to stay away from the coast already devastated by a tsunami that killed at least 430 people and left around 21,000 people homeless.
More than a thousand people have been injured after a tsunami - caused by the eruption of the Anak Krakatau volcano - struck coastal areas between Sumatra and Java islands on Saturday night, officials say.
The death toll from a tsunami triggered by a massive underwater landslide on an Indonesian volcano rose to 281 on Monday as rescuers using heavy machinery and their bare hands searched through debris in the hope of finding survivors.
Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency said the official death toll had risen to 2,073 as of Thursday, with most of the fatalities in Palu.
The official death toll has been raised to 2,073. No one knows how many people have yet to be found in the worst-hit coastal city of Palu, but it could be as many as 5,000, the disaster agency says.
Volunteers and family members can continue searching and emergency response efforts would continue until the end of the month, said Indonesia's disaster agency.
About 70,000 people have been displaced by the earthquake-tsunami double disaster that shook the city of Palu on September 28.
The national disaster agency says operation to search for the bodies of victims in quake-tsunami zones will stop on Thursday (October 11) as death toll climbs to 1,763. As many as 5,000 people are believed missing.
Eight days after a quake-tsunami disaster erased parts of Palu on Sulawesi island killing 1,649 people, authorities issue fresh public health warning as more decaying corpses are unearthed from beneath the ruined city.
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