For survivors of Greenland's 2017 mega-tsunami, the aftershocks of the disaster haven't finished.
One Year After a Devastating Tsunami and Earthquake, Palu Residents Are Still Trying to Get Back on Their Feet
Some residents of the Indonesian city have little to no choice but to risk their lives living in danger zones near the sea because there are limited job opportunities on land.
Years after the disaster, there are ghost towns in the areas surrounding the plant.
Survivors in the disaster-torn city in Sulawesi are still waiting for financial assistance from the government to rebuild their lives.
Nothing like using someone else's tragedy to push your own political agenda, right?
One island was swept by an earthquake, a tsunami and a volcano — all in the same week.
“My son is still traumatized. He asked me, 'Can I sleep with my eyes open? I’m afraid there will be another earthquake.'"
All 22 tsunami-detecting buoys stopped working... six years ago.
It's been four days since an earthquake and tsunami it the northern coast of Central Sulawesi, but the rescue operations are still underway at a popular hotel completely destroyed by the disaster.
Survivors held up signs saying, “We Need Food” and “We Need Support.”
On Friday, just after 6 p.m. local time, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake hit at a depth of over 6 miles, just off the central island of Sulawesi, setting off a tsunami.