Photos of Life in Palu Six Months After the Deadly Tsunami
Survivors in the disaster-torn city in Sulawesi are still waiting for financial assistance from the government to rebuild their lives.
Malaysia's Ex Deputy Prime Minister Blames LGBTQ Community For Palu Tsunami
Nothing like using someone else's tragedy to push your own political agenda, right?
The Horror of Watching the Ground Liquify and Swallow Homes In an Earthquake
"It went up to my chest. I could only pray."
Broken, Stripped, and Stolen: Indonesia's Tsunami Warning System Is a Mess
All 22 tsunami-detecting buoys stopped working... six years ago.
Arzia Tivany Wargadiredja
It's a Race Against Time to Find Survivors Trapped By the Deadly Palu Earthquake
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.
Scenes From a City Destroyed By Last Week's Tsunami and Earthquake
Our photographer was in the disaster-torn city of Palu, Central Sulawesi, on Saturday, only 24 hours after disaster struck. Here's what he saw.
These Stunning Images Aren't Drawings—They're Photos
Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer photographs historical dioramas to create surreal artwork.
'I Thought Doomsday Had Arrived': What It Was Like to Live Through the Lombok Quake
"People were running toward the open fields in a panic. Some of them broke down crying and began to pray."
'You're Contaminated': The Stigma Against Japan's Fukushima Survivors
A 2011 quake and tsunami led to a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, killing thousands and displacing more. Two 'nuclear refugees' explain why returning home is more complicated than it seems.
Bobbie van der List
Scientists Tell Us What Would Happen If North Korea Detonated a Hydrogen Bomb Underwater
North Korea’s underwater nuclear test seems more and more likely—but what happens after the bomb goes off?
Wild Boars are Getting Kicked Out of Deserted Japanese Towns
Japanese towns deserted after the Fukushima nuclear crisis have had new tenants: wild boars.
Mathematician Proposes Blocking Tsunamis with Sound Waves
Whether or not we could ever engineer such a thing is uncertain.