The death toll from a powerful earthquake that hit the Indonesian island of Lombok a week ago has risen to 392, an official says.
The number was likely to rise further still as teams continue to search for victims beneath the rubble and ruins of buildings, national disaster management agency spokesman Sutopo Nugroho said.
Search efforts have been complicated by a string of aftershocks, including a 6.2 magnitude quake on Thursday.
At least 1353 people were injured, most of them in hard-hit North Lombok district, which was near the epicentre of the 7.0-magnitude quake that hit on August 5.
Nearly 390,000 people are displaced and living in camps, Nugroho said.
Aid and volunteers continue to arrive on the island to help the displaced, but efforts have been stymied by the limited number of vehicles available for transport duties, he said.
Tens of thousands of building are damaged, including at least 67,000 houses, 606 schools, three hospitals, 65 mosques and six bridges.