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    After a lull that allowed mourners to hold a mass burial for victims, Mount Merapi started rumbling again on Thursday with three small eruptions and two others early on Friday, according to the Indonesian volcanology agency Subandriyo. Meanwhile a hospital on a remote Indonesian island ravaged by this week's tsunami, nurses were tending to a two-month-old boy pulled alive from a storm drain. Officials on Friday said the death toll had now reached 408, with more than 300 still missing.

    After a lull that allowed mourners to hold a mass burial for victims, Mount Merapi started rumbling again on Thursday with three small eruptions and two others early on Friday, according to the Indonesian volcanology agency Subandriyo. Meanwhile a hospital on a remote Indonesian island ravaged by this week's tsunami, nurses were tending to a two-month-old boy pulled alive from a storm drain.
    Officials on Friday said the death toll had now reached 408, with more than 300 still missing.

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