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Amateur videos show burning and collapsed houses as two more strong earthquakes hit Lombok, Indonesia.
The tremor is captured on camera as reporters attend an aid event on the Indonesian island.
British tourists caught up in the 6.9 magnitude earthquake in Lombok, Indonesia - which killed nearly 100 people and left at least 20,000 people homeless - have been speaking about what happened.
Matt Roche, a 27-year-old from Country Durham, was on holiday in Bali with his girlfriend, Lesley, 30.
The self-employed bricklayer said he had " looked up and saw all the lights in the bar shaking violently".
"As soon as the Balinese staff started to scream and run it hit me that it was, so I jumped up, grabbed my partner and ran into the street," he said.
British tourist Luke Turner talks about being caught up in the deadly earthquake in Indonesia.
BBC Radio Devon
A couple from north Devon got engaged in Indonesia just "five minutes before" an earthquake struck.
Cally Charles and her now fiancé Ashley Knight, from Barnstaple, are still on holiday in Jimbaran - a village in Bali.
The couple were heading back to the hotel to celebrate their engagement in the bar before the lift they were in "started shaking"...
The couple are due to fly home on 30 August.
The Foreign Office said it was working with Indonesian authorities to help British tourists who have been stranded.