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  • A river, about 338 km (210 mi) long, of southwest Michigan and northwest Indiana flowing generally west, south, west, and northwest into Lake Michigan.


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  • Hundreds of victims recently took to the streets of Sidoarjo to demand Lapindo shell out the remaining $140-million in compensation.

    Indonesian Mud Volcano Marks 5 Years

  • Isman is just one of thousands of victims in Sidoarjo district still waiting for promised compensation.

    Indonesian Mud Volcano Marks 5 Years

  • The Sidoarjo mud volcano was at one time spewing enough sludge each day to fill 50 Olympic-size swimming pools, inundating 12 villages and seriously damaging others.

    Indonesian Mud Volcano Marks 5 Years

  • Villagers near Sidoarjo noticed a mud volcano beginning to erupt at 5 a.m. local time May

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  • Less fortunate was the village of Sidoarjo in East Java.

    Coping with an Undersea Mud Volcano in Java

  • The fire began to burn the factory cable in the area of the radiator industry Kebonagung Village, Gedangan District, Sidoarjo, is at 17: 00.

    Radiator Cable Factory in Gedangan Sidoarjo Burned

  • Unfortunately, Indonesia suffered new disasters in 2006 and early 2007 including: a major earthquake near Yogyakarta, an industrial accident in Sidoarjo, East Java that created a "mud volcano," a tsunami in South Java, and major flooding in Jakarta, all of which caused additional damages in the billions of dollars.


  • '' If there are selected because of money politics, we would recommend not to be constituted, '' said the legislative candidates for the House of Representatives constituency Jatim I (Surabaya-Sidoarjo).

    Money Politics The Biggest Threat in Indonesia General Election

  • In May 2006, Lapindo Bratas hit an underground volcano while doing exploratory drilling in Sidoarjo, East Java.

    Jakarta Drifts

  • This is the first reliable estimate on how long Lusi derived from the Indonesian word for mud, lumpur, and the place where the eruption occurred, Sidoarjo would continue erupting.

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