Indonesia earthquake: Dozens still missing as rescue efforts continue in Java
Rescuers cut through the rubble of a collapsed building in Cianjur, West Java.
Dozens of people are still missing after a 5.6 magnitude earthquake devastated the Indonesian island of Java on Monday.
The death toll from the quake rose to 268 people on Tuesday, with more than 150 others still unaccounted for.
Many of the dead were school students who had been taking extra classes when the buildings collapsed, West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil said.
Rescuers have used their bare hands to shift the rubble of flattened buildings in some of the worst affected areas.
The head of the National Disaster Mitigation Agency told reporters that 1,083 people were injured and at least 151 missing. Some of the victims of the earthquake have not yet been identified.