Fears death toll could rise to thousands

Indonesia's disaster agency says 832 people are now known to have died after an earthquake and tsunami.

Most of the victims were killed in the city of Palu - on the island of Sulawesi.

The number is expected to rise into the thousands - as many regions are currently out of reach - due to roads being cut off.

Katie Peters - a disaster and resilience expert - says it's an "incredibly difficult situation" for those trying to help.