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Hundreds remained missing Sunday beneath mud and debris in Indonesian villages from a pair of devastating earthquakes that struck the country at its center.

Some 800 people are missing, and another 602 are dead, said Priyodo Kardono of Indonesia's national disaster management agency.

A 7.6-magnitude quake struck Sumatra on Wednesday, and a 6.6-magnitude earthquake hit Thursday morning in the same region. Read full article »

CNN's Arwa Damon and Ben Adams near Padang, Indonesia; Andy Saputra in Jakarta, Indonesia; Kocha Alarn and Tricia Escobedo in Atlanta, Georgia, contributed to this report.

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