The death toll from floods and landslides on the Sulawesi island of Indonesia rises to 107.
An official in Indonesia says the death toll from devastating floods and landslides on the country's eastern Sulawesi island has risen to 107, as aid distribution to survivors gains pace.
- AFP via ABC
- Dozens of people are missing in Sulawesi, Indonesia as a result of recent floods and landslides.
- Eight people are killed and 13 missing after flash floods and landslides hit Sulawesi, Indonesia.
- Flash floods and landslides in central Indonesia kill at least 30 people.
- An unidentified senior Indonesian official says the government is "99 percent" certain Abu Wardah Santoso, leader of ISIL-connected Mujahidin Indonesia Timur, was killed in Monday's clash with security forces on Sulawesi island.
- A ferry ran into trouble in rough seas off the coast of Indonesia's island of Sulawesi, with at least three killed, including two children, 39 rescued, and 77 missing. The New Marina, a fiberglass boat, was reported to be carrying 109 passengers with a crew of 10. The National Search and Rescue Agency says the boat sank 22.5 km (24 miles) off the coast of the Wajo Regency in South Sulawesi. Rescue teams expect to resume their search for the missing, Monday.