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>> Villagers in Indonesia's Lombok Island are facing an uncertain future. Some now left without a place to go after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake swept through the area on Sunday, leaving more than 100 people dead and thousands of homes destroyed. Some residents say, they haven't received aid yet and they're staring down the barrel of a slow recovery.
> Rescuers have been busy trying to find survivors, and on Monday evening, the Island was rattled by another magnitude 5.2 earthquake.
Reuters Kanu Kapoor reports from Lombok Island.>> Some people have said that assistance has yet to arrive from the government. As you can see, this area is quite open to the elements. A lot of people are choosing to sleep outside and trying to get to higher ground. Even though the tsunami warning has been lifted, there are still after shocks that are happening.
And a lot of people, have either lost their homes entirely, or too scared to go back home.>> More than 2,000 people have been evacuated from Islands of Lombok's coast, with a fear of another tsunami. Tourist have been desperate to get away, sparking a mad dash on boats leaving for the main islands as well as long lines at the airport.
>> Yeah, I just wanna get out on somewhere safe, somewhere I know where I'm not gonna be at risk of natural disasters.>> According to officials, no foreigners are recorded among dead but that death toll is expected to rise, once the rubble more than 13,000 houses are cleared the way.