Rescuers battled to reach survivors from an earthquake in Indonesia's Aceh province that has killed at least 22 people, including several children who died when a mosque collapsed.
The injured are treated outside a hospital in Lampahan, Aceh, on July 2, 2013, after the area was hit by a strong earthquake. The quake, which struck at a shallow depth of 10 kilometres (six miles), sparked panic in the natural disaster-prone region where more than 170,000 people were killed by the quake-triggered tsunami of 2004.
More than 200 people were also injured in Aceh's mountainous interior when the strong 6.1-magnitude quake struck on Tuesday, flattening buildings and triggering landslides.
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