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06 March 2018, 01:54 | Tara Lloyd
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Around 7,000 people have been rendered homeless, and 1.47 lakh are in need of food, water and sanitation facilities, the director of the International Red Cross in Papua New Guinea told Reuters.
"Big trucks can not go there. There are no fears of starvation yet but we've not got the full picture".
"As outlined by the Minister for Foreign Affairs last week, New Zealand is committed to the Pacific and we see our relationship with Papua New Guinea as a vital piece of our work in the region".
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Santos, which holds a 13.5 per cent stake to Oil Search's 29 per cent, said in a statement it will donate $US200,000 to aid agencies to provide assistance for communities hit by the quake.
Bryan said rivers dammed by landslides created stagnant water polluted by silt and bacteria, leaving people with the threat of disease.
Aftershocks terrified villagers for five days after the initial temblor and only started subsiding on Saturday, multiple sources said.
"It's coming every two hours now. the movement of the ground is slowly going down".
Santos shares hardly moved, down 0.6% at $4.89, though they are down from $5.07 a week ago a day after the quake happened.
A local resident stands next to a damaged house near a landslide in the town of Tari after an natural disaster struck Papua New Guinea's Southern Highlands, in this image taken February 27, 2018, obtained from social media.
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