Indonesia earthquake death toll rises above 300

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The death toll from an earthquake that struck Indonesia’s Java island early this week rose to 310 after rescuers found more bodies under landslides, an official said. More than 1,400 rescuers have been searching through the rubble since Monday's magnitude 5.6 quake, which injured more than 2,000 people. Host Marco Werman speaks with reporter Wahyu Dhyatmika of the Tempo Media Group, who lives near the epicenter in Cianjur.

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