The death toll from severe flooding and landslides that struck the Indonesian capital Jakarta over the New Year' s holiday has risen to 66, the state-run disaster management authority announced yesterday.
Agus Wibowo, spokesman for the Indonesian National Disaster Management Agency, said in a statement that some of the disaster-hit people had started to return to their homes; this marking a decline in the number of refugees at some shelters.
Wibowo added that flooding in the capital and nearby towns was continuing to recede, with several areas around Jakarta, Lebak Regency, Bogor City and Depok Regency having already dried up.
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