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Hikers descending from Mount Rinjani (C in black and pink) arrive at a post in Sembalun, West Nusa Tenggara on July 30, 2018, after an earthquake struck Lombok the previous day. Groups of hikers began to pick their way down the slopes of a Lombok volcano on July 30 after a deadly earthquake triggered landslides that trapped more than 500 tourists and guides on the mountain. / AFP PHOTO / PIKONG

Volcano hikers tell of terror after Indonesia quake

More than 500 hikers and guides stranded by landslides on an Indonesian mountain after an earthquake have returned to safety, with some recalling their terror when tonnes of rock cascaded down.

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