Londoners have already joined the aid operation in Indonesia

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Londoners have already joined the aid operation in Indonesia

Many of us will have been shocked by the earthquake that hit the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday.

More than 100 people are known to have died, and the toll could rise as the search for survivors continues.

The quake has also displaced 20 thousand people.

Within 24 hours a number of Londoners had already joined the aid operation, many for the group Muslim Aid.

Karen Garvin works for Muslim Aid, and she's flying out to Indonesia tomorrow.

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