Indonesia rescue effort

International rescue teams are heading to Indonesia in a last-ditch effort to free trapped earthquake survivors. More than 1,000 people are already known to have died after the 7.6-magnitude quake two days ago, the UN says. Rescue efforts are focused on the city of Padang but aid workers and reporters said that in rural areas thousands more buildings had been destroyed and whole villages flattened. Marco Werman gets an update from the BBC's Rachel Harvey in Padang.

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