List of disasters in Indonesia

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The following is a list of disasters in Indonesia that have had widespread effects or received substantial attention. It is split into natural and manmade disasters, which includes deliberate actions, and is further sorted by date.

Natural disasters[edit]

  • In early February 2018 floods across Jakarta affected 11,450 people, with over 6,000 evacuated.[8]

Manmade disasters[edit]

  • In April 2018 tainted alcohol was discovered in Jakarta and West Java, which was mixed with caffeinated energy drinks and herbal drinks, and suspected to contain mosquito repellent. At least 82 died, with others hospitalised.[25]

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  8. ^ Post, The Jakarta. "Floods affect 11,000 Jakarta residents".
  9. ^ Post, The Jakarta. "Seven still missing as rescuers stop search for landslide victims".
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  14. ^ AP. "INDONESIANS STORM JET IN BANGKOK, FREEING ALL 55 CAPTIVES".
  15. ^ "Still No Answers, or Peace, for Many Rape Victims - The Jakarta Globe". 4 September 2010.
  16. ^ Staff and agencies (13 October 2002). "Bali night club bomb kills 180". the Guardian.
  17. ^ "Embassy bomb chief arrested, says report". Smh.com.au.
  18. ^ "Indonesia ferry survivors rescued". News.bbc.co.uk. 14 April 2018.
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  22. ^ Lamb, Kate (26 October 2015). "Indonesia's fires labelled a 'crime against humanity' as 500,000 suffer". the Guardian.
  23. ^ "Borneo oil spill costs Indonesia's poor".
  24. ^ "Cracked Undersea Pipeline Caused Deadly Oil Spill in Indonesia". 5 April 2018.
  25. ^ "Death toll from Indonesia tainted liquor rises to 82". Reuters.com. Retrieved 5 June 2018.