Aftermath Photos Show Devastation Across Tonga's Outlying Islands

25 January 2022 15:24 WIB

A car covered with ash is seen outside a house following volcanic eruption and Tsunami in Tongatapu, Tonga, January 16, 2022. Fresh aftermath photographs taken last Monday (January 17) and Tuesday (January 18) showed devastation across Tonga's worst-affected outlying islands. Malau Media/via REUTERS

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A general view shows the inside of a damaged building following volcanic eruption and tsunami in Nomuka, Tonga, January 17, 2022. The eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano on Jan.15, which sits on the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire, sent tsunami waves across the Pacific Ocean and was heard some 2,300 kilometres (1,430 miles) away in New Zealand. Malau Media/via REUTERS

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A man cleans the ash deposited on a building following volcanic eruption and tsunami in Nomuka, Tonga, January 17, 2022. The eruption was so powerful that space satellites captured not only huge clouds of ash but also an atmospheric shockwave that radiated out from the volcano at close to the speed of sound. Malau Media/via REUTERS

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A general view shows damaged buildings following volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tungua, Tonga, January 18, 2022. Malau Media/via REUTERS

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A general view shows damaged buildings following volcanic eruption and tsunami in Tongatapu, Tonga, January 16, 2022. Malau Media/via REUTERS

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A general view shows damaged buildings and landscape covered with ash following volcanic eruption and tsunami in Kanokupolu, Tonga, January 23,2022. Tonga Red Cross Society/Handout via REUTERS

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